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Travel Blogs from Roncadelle
... I sent a message back to say that it was 7:30pm and all was good so far. Well I got a message back a day or so later in which he said the warning was on TV because they had just realised that another Apted was coming to haunt them.....hilarious right? I didn't tell everyone that part when I found out. Needless to say I won't take any of dads travel warnings very serious from now on let alone tell anyone about them!!! Soon enough it was back on the bus to reach our destination in ...
Xander went to sleep an hour or two out of Paris, after climbing up and down the ladder to the top bunk in the train compartment a dozen times. He ended up deciding to sleep on the bottom bunk with me - a bit squishy, but he slept well, in fact right through Switzerland and well into Italy. I, on the other hand, spent most of the night looking out window at the lights of the towns and cities we passed through, including Dijon, Lausanne, Milan and Verona (Romeo, Romeo ...), mostly because I ...
... fare. A classic first course is Pasta e fagioli- a thick bean soup with pasta. Risotto, a creamy rice dish cooked with vegetables for seafood is very popular. Another local favorite is Bigoil; whole-wheat pasta usually served with a salty tonno or tuna and is often an accompaniment to Fegato alla Veneziano, Venetian-style liver and onions.
May 1, 2012 – In Venice
We met Sabine and Toni ...
... salmon. No shark, not sure why. Then a great day at the Accademia Gallery and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. A wonderful few hours wandering around. Had my first gelato on the way. I am tired of looking at Murano glass. Every shop is the same Still haven't bought anything! One disappointment. I have not found a cat in Venezia. Perhaps they don't like the swim from the mainland? Plenty of dogs ...
... br> own in the motor home. Despite having
already eaten ,we felt we had to order from
the restaurant in order to ask for the key so,
being cheapskates, we each ordered the
cheapest things on the menu,- a hot dog &
for Steve, a tiny scoop of sorbet for me and two very small Cokes- came
over 20 Euros!
Before leaving home we ordered booklets and passes that allow us to
stay overnight in ...