Citta dei Papi Hotel
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... the vineyard and we went to go clean up. Boy was out bathroom a mess... It was covered in mud, actually, all of campus was covered in mud... After we cleaned up and had a little down time we grabbed sack lunches to eat on campus before heading off on the buses for an art and arch field trip. At 1 we were off to St. Maria Majore. There we had a couple hour lecture on site before exploring and finding our own way home. St. Maria Majore is gorgeous ...
... had ended up with an 8 seater minivan type thing!! Loads of space but huge to drive!
First stop was the Carrefour on the outskirts of town as tomorrow is Sunday and all shops are shut and as we are in the middle of nowhere at our next destination we didn't know how far we would need to go for a supermarket. We had unch first when we got ...
... to Venice via Verona in rather soggy conditions. We got drizzled on in Verona but that was as bad as it got so our lucky streak continues! Our stop in Verona was very brief but we had time to check out the outside of the Colloseum. Smaller than Rome's but older and it is still used to this day for concerts etc. Pretty cool. A few of us also braved the crowds to visit Juliet's balcony... had to get my love letter in there! We arrived at Venice in the evening at ...
After the madness of Rome, today was an opportunity to rest and recover in Fiuggi. No big travels planned, no mad dash in the morning, no worries. I decided to spend the first part of the day walking around the town, there wasn't a lot to see but the exercise was good. I spent some time exploring a local park before coming across signs for the old town, I started to walk that way, explored a ...
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Next a visit to Chris near Tewkesbury in the
Cotswolds, a medical school mate and Jane, Rosie and Charlie, only a night, too
short, but enough time to see they’re doing well.
We returned the Landrover to the Isle of
Wight and then get a hire car to Dale and Gaby’s. They came up trumps again,
letting us come and go, use their house as a depository for our goods and
chattels and welcomed our ...