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The last time I was in Italy I came with four friends and we spent a week in Sorrento and another in Rome. One of the biggest shopping experiences was the purses. Words cannot describe how beautiful they are here compared to what we have in North America - the colours, styles, quality of the leather ... And the prices are so low!! While in Sorrento I bought three purses in one shop alone. So, you'd think I would have remembered that for this trip. But ...
... br> We followed the location instructions from our landlord and lo and behold we arrived at the B n B to find Gianni standing outside, possibly catching up on a little nicotine. Into the entry hall which was empty save for doors leading out to the boat mooring. Up two flights of stone stairs, crumbling here and there, and we were at reception. Moments later in our room, which was large and lit entirely with a few 40 watt bulbs. Alfred Hitchcock would have loved it. The bathroom ...
... for our apartment if we get one) then got our luggage and walked back to the car park.
We then drove to Lake Garda (the largest lake in Italy), which took a few hours. We found a really cool campsite right next to the lake for $40 per night. We checked in then went for a walk along the lake. We planned on hiring a paddle boat and playing volleyball but ended up just relaxing by the lake - we got gelati and coffee then went back to ...
... and the apartment door was like, across my backyard distance away, if they stuck their head out the window, we could hear them. I decided to try this orange drink I had seen everyone having, called a spritz. It is prosecco (sparkly white wine) and aperol, some orange liquor. Mark had a beer. Well, the spritz was not so good... Kind of... I don't know weird. I did not like it. It came with a slice of orange in it, and an olive (weird). Anyway, we were really tired, so ...
... it is in pardoning that we are pardoned; and it is in dying that we are born to eternal life. Amen. I feel that this is an ideology many are choosing to bypass these days. As we exited, the sun was setting, a rainbow was in the making, and the smiles were overabundant. After the cathedral, we were free to roam through the small town and explore the many shops and views. We hung out at the hotel until dinner, which was provided by the hotel. Four courses are ...