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... than happy to post them back if you don’t mind them slightly bloodstained from the blisters…)
Now we have a home for the night, and we can divest ourselves of our luggage, we can relax. Except we only have one day and night in this city so there’s no time to relax and enjoy our tiny little patio, our free soft drinks or even our slippers. Mr Fletche makes the critical error of letting me navigate. We’re looking for ...
... marble exterior. With a naive of 45m in height, we once again found ourselves wondering at the construction and effort that would have been necessary to build this.
A further wander around the centre found us having another late lunch in a really nice restaurant just off the main piazza.
Milan centre is certainly not as pretty as Florence or others, but well worth a visit.
Just time for our own last supper - leaving Italy tomorrow.
An uneventful day of travelling and uneventful travel days are always good. We left the village of Pozzuolo with lots if Italian cheek kissing and would definitely recommend the family owned and run Locanda Poggioleone to anyone interested in that area. It is not a long drive to either Siena or Florence and has lots of hill towns in the vicinity. We quickly left the beautiful Umbrian countryside for a more uninteresting and ...
... on their island. As the rain was starting to increase we decided to go. So it was just Sandy and I in this plush private water taxi with leather seats etc on a cruise through the canals of Venice and then a fast plough through the choppy open waters to the island of Murano. The trip took about half an hour.
Once there, we were taken into an area where a very skilled young man was turning molten glass into elaborate vases ...
... guide was the lovely Branka. Our first stop was Ston - a tiny village on the coast. Croatia is surrounded by towering limestone mountains (same as Montenegro and Amalfi), which once again makes it difficult to grow anything. The limestone is porous which soaks up the water and stops flooding occurring (a good thing). The little village is wine and olive oil producing as the climate is perfect. The farmers literally have to clear the land of stones (everywhere) and they build ...