Hotel Ristorante Cervo
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... of the walls where you could presumably throw all sorts of nasty, dangerous stuff down on the attackers. T and D decided they would throw snowball, and had a bunch of giggly fun doing that. Miss C was tired and complainy, and fell asleep for her nap in the Ergo on my back as we explored.
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