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... our first Prosecco, and beautiful, lightly grilled sea bass with delicate paper thin grilled vegetables. It was a perfect meal. We closed our blackout curtains had a fantastic night's sleep and awoke to a beautiful sunny morning. This morning, we walked along the quay with its slightly tired shops - it felt like old Miami, or maybe Venice beach in California. Then ...
... for Italians who can drive. You may briefly visit but only to pass trucks.
Do not use your horn, you will only use it at inappropriate times and again look like a tourist. If you see an Autovelox sign, slow down to the speed limit or you will help the Italian economy. I don't know if there is any margin, but I do know the rental car company will mail you a notice that they are charging you $75 each ticket to tell you you have a ...
... and the people I met there, and it was very hard to leave them. Even the local eccentrics and weirdos added a distinct flavour to the dish that was San Gemini, and I won't deny that my last breakfast there was spent trying to choke back tears. I'm glad that I'm leaving from Rome; it's a magical city, but it's still a city and it's ridiculously hot right now, so anything will be an improvement. I would definitely come back, and I would definitely ...
... use bronze pins in the holes to keep the blocks from sliding off each other. Unfortunately people were aware of this and they chiseled holes in many the blocks at the joints and stole the bronze pins out of them. Much of the seating was also stolen from the building so there is no way to know exactly what the capacity of the Coliseum was but estimates range from 50,000 – 80,000 people. By comparison, the Saddledome in Calgary seats just under 20,000 and BC ...
... station and a customer is speaking in Arabic—but not Moroccan Arabic… My curiosity gets the best of me. “Where are you from?”
“Egypt” the young fellow responds… What do you know? All of a sudden all the adventures and misadventures of my Egypt trip just a few months ago all come back to me—and after the feeling of coldness you get on arriving in Europe, I suddenly feel the warmth ...
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