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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We went down for a lovely breakfast around 8:30. We really didn't see much of the city last night, so we set off on foot this morning. Our first stop was the Duomo (Cathedral) and ancient baptistry. This church consisted of three levels. We actually got down to the very first church built in the first century. The upper church was built in the 11th century. We have seen a lot of churches, but this one was like ...
... now - hoping everything fits in the bags. Getting up at 6am tomorrow to drive to Venice.
Oh, and driving the car has been just fine around here. This is the third year I have driven on the right side of the road, and it is pretty easy. Tonight on the way to the restaurant the roads were very very narrow, and we had to avoid people both walking and biking as well as cars coming in the opposite direction. Not a lot of room around. ...
... looking for a dog, and had a chat to his wife and said yes! I am very excited about this, and after that just had an awesome day as I feel I am part of Team Netherlands. I have a new orange shirt which is freshly washed and ready to wear in the morning (great having a radiator in the bathroom for drying clothes!), and had a lovely dinner out with the Orange team. I just need to check that I am able to enter still (I have been in contact with WAO about a ...
... there was a Decathlon 2-3 miles down the road (Dual Carriageway) so for the first time in the history of our trip we went out in the van during a stay to find it. We found it and despite the language barrier were refunded the over charged amount within a few minutes, simple.. (I am sure you are all glad to hear this)
Secondly, We visited Pavia, there ...
... and castles. I have photos. I don't have too much to say about them, other than they were all owned and dedicated by the same family which is to say that family was unbelievably rich.
If I think of something more to write about the day I will. We did get to drive home through the mountains during sunset, which was really lovely. Today was the first really cold day here, though Genova not as much as Pavia. It helped make the sunset that much more dramatic.