Hotel Ristorante Il Carrettino
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Another great breakfast- cereal, home made croissant and toast with meat and cheese. Plus boiled eggs and sweet stuff that I didn't eat. Good unsweetened yoghurt. Still raining.. Was going to head to Cinque Terre but it's raining there too so decided to stop on way at Genoa. Wasn't on my list but looks like it might be interesting and more to do in the wet. All the rivers swollen- heavy rain looks set in for couple days. Train to Milan ...
... especially if older. We have lots of resources to help with the issues of the day(such problems) but I am so glad we had the stop in Gallarte, as the Italians we encounter are working or otherwise busy. The few that are simply loitering are either too old to know English or enjoying their iPods . We are on the bus to Florence, cooking class tomorrow where I hope to make ravioli that is better than the hockey pucks made thius far. ...
... a wedding party at the hotel so had a déjà vu moment, and enjoyed their music. The next day, Bobbie , John and Marilyn toured the lake while I slept off a cold . They visited two other towns on the lake, Bellaggio and Menngio. The weather was. warm, and the region which is famous for its silk was the source of more baggage . That evening the ladies had arranged ...
... I had a Nicosia salad and for dessert fresh lemon meringue pie. Still driving were in a section of all flat land. Yesterday one of the tourist saw a sign that said public toilet .50 euros and 1.65 euro for a douche well the Americans were laughing and the Canadians were just looking at us and couldn't figure out what they missed then the joke was on us because douche in French means shower. We'll more ...
... of 42kms and we stopped when we did only because it would have been another 10kms to reach the next big town. I think he enjoyed my company as much as I did his, as he could have chosen to bed down in a field if he'd wanted to get rid of me. I guess it also helped him that our lodgings for the night was in an Ostello run by the local municipality on a donation basis. The evening was rounded off nicely with more chat over a take-away pizza and ...