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... in Italy. As a bonus, there was a political rally for a cabinet election. They had quite a party with music and beer. So we were treated to some great music and people watching. We have to admit we were equally entertained by the canines. They went everywhere with people and were really well behaved. For our slow day, we walked 8.7 miles. We planned on an early start in the morning because we had a 8:48 am train to Milan to Ventimiglia to Nice. ...
... We boarded the coach early and managed to leave Florence without the traffic, as it is Easter Saturday.
We arrived in Verona by late morning – and the weather had cleared!. It was quite crowded with Italians as well as other people on Easter holidays. We walked through the main street, Via Manzinni, with it's beautiful boutiques and marble pavements – just window shopping of course. We then visited the main square – Piazza ...
... with Tnj why this keeps happening. He suspected that perhaps Italian men are more forward or are used to being quite up front about these things. That same night I receive some very, very strange whatsapp messages from Mike, the Swiss guy I met. Examples include an abrupt question of, "Would u stay with me if ever u come back? ;)" I replied with how little I knew him and how unlikely a prospect this would be.
"It is also interesting if not knowing ...
... in tact .
On a positive note we saw Picasso's painting Guernica which is actually more of a mural than a painting. He painted it after the German and Italians bombed the small northern town of Guernica to test their bombing strategies pre WWII. The painting is quite abstract (Picasso) but you quickly see the point of the horrible collateral damage of warfare.
The Prado Museum itself was magnificent and very manageable. We can't do long hauls in museums so ...
... for 2 nights. The first day we spent by the pool relaxing and swimming in water that wasn't a salty sea. We spent the night having drinks we 2 Australians (both very nice and relaxed) and 4 people from York (northern UK). The 4 guys were 18 and very loud and drunk but overall very nice. We all compared ways of life and the different words we use. It's always very interesting to meet new ...