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... way we had come and ended up getting lost yet again on the way back to the station. The nice man who gave us directions to the train station actually sent us to a local one and not the main one that we were looking for. As the main station comes in sight we actually cheer and clap. We grab our souvenirs and get our butts on the next train out of there. We make sure to validate our tickets and set off towards Florence for our last ...
... photo shop the
assistant had done a really good job and I just needed to fine tune it a little
and add some script…
As I left the shop I bumped into
Michelle who, after a few phone calls and getting the facts straight, was actually
waiting for Mary at Betty Blue to have a drink. After a couple of phone calls
to Mary and Paul we ordered a coretto and a proseco and sat down at the café
next to Betty Blue (as it was closed) and waited for Mary to turn up. ...
... balcony during the evening… very special. It just made me realise that I have to get off my butt and find a room (preferably with a piano) where I can get my singing back on track. Just somewhere to do my ‘exercises’. It will be done!!!
We ate and chatted and drank until just after midnight and then made our way home. Leanne (an Australian, who was 11 and living in Darwin during cyclone Tracey, she & her family lost everything and ...
... was back at the Villa. We had to graciously decline. Tom really wanted to stay, because the next morning, his other cousin, Leonardo, would be there, who he really wanted to see also.
They were a very lovely, hospitable and gracious family. Hopefully one day we can go back and spend more time with them. I was very happy for Tom.
It was about 1:00 am before we got back home. Exhausted, but so happy and excited to have such a wonderful day.
... one very old lady staring at us from her yard as we drove carefully by seemed able to point the way at the crossroads past her house had we decided to ask, but Nicola said that “she would be only able to tell us the news of 1860.” We eventually reached the top– I was leaning toward the wall of earth at our right so that our car wouldn’t fall off the cliff– and discovered a ...