Cosmopolitan Concept Hotel
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... He was very nice and actually walked us to the building, where we finally had a realization of where it was after walking Via del GIglio for so long. We went inside, bought our books and went home. At the apartment, we sat down for about a half hour and i talked with my family and translated words. We learned the proper pronunciation for "grazie", many greetings such as: ciao, buonasera, buonanotte, arriverderci, and buongiorno. In addition, we learned numbers zero ...
... we didn't celebrate Dimitri's birthday (again) but we did celebrate Bonnie (who will likely read this blog at some point - HAPPY BIRTHDAY BONNIE!). That above was written last night. Today (Wednesday) i woke up late. We took a train to an actual Cinque Terre village of Monterosso. We did a short walking tour using our guide books and at something quick there. I saw a board at one of the stores that said it was 27. It might have been but it was ...
... after them and find them but they were too far ahead of us and had turned down a street. Ethan was able to give her her phone back somewhere along the way but we lost them and couldn't find them. We tried telling the Italian police what had happened but they didn't understand and just kept asking for the license plate number of the car that had hit her, which really had nothing to do with anything. Two guys came up and we found out that one of them was Paul, the guy Ethan ...
... 4 minutes of the World Cup football match between Uganda and Argentina! Argentina eventually won the game (3-2).
Nikki then made a special request to locate a shop called Brandy Melville. She knew it was in the US but did not realise until today that it actually started in Rome 20 years ago. It was almost 1920 when we finally found it and they were closing at 1930. Under the pump to 'speed shop', I must say she did ...
... It had a beautiful facade - but the rest of it looked out of place.
We sat on the steps of the Santa Croce for a while to get some shade and water.
After which, we headed over the bridge Ponte Alle Grazie. Before this, we saw an Australiano bar! Awesome!
Once on the bridge we had a view of the Ponte Vecchio - beautiful!
We were to move onward towards Piazzele Michelangelo. A fair walk ahead of us - we had to go up!
We made it to the huge ...