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... If there are any further developments on the Scottish front, I'll let you know.
A small bar in Carpaccio Scala.
Signor e me take a break from a stroll and settle down for a well earned drink in a local bar.
Four silver haired locals have just sat down for a game of cards. It doesn't take long for the action to begin. We both look on, as well as other locals, increasing in numbers as time goes by. I have come to the conclusion, if it were ...
... the connections and work out the relationship between the three Pompei stations. One a few hundred metres away and the other 2kms away. Lots of waiting and walking when you go by train in Italy and they are very economic with information. The locals know so they expect the tourists to know and they don't. Seem that Italy doesn't think that tourism is an industry, tourists are a nuisance and it is beneath them to offer a ...
What a stunning place!
Claire joined Emma, Erin and I for a long weekend here – tempted by George Clooney, I'm sure. Did some beautiful walks – up the mountain for views of Switzerland; and around the lake to walk through ...
A similar euphemism is the fact that people running hotel business say "it's fully booked out" rather than "sorry I'm too lazy to have clients today". This place is not the first one when we find our place to sleep after the fourth try or later.
We start eating Pizza for dinner - the only economical alternative for restaurants.
Saturday in summer in Milan... where is everyone? At Lake Como of course!
I found the crowds, the beautful people and the beautful Lake Como!
Lake Como is only a short train trip from Milan and is the holiday spot of choice for many Milanese. The lake itself is fantastic - I only saw a small part of it but what I saw was fab. I took a short ...