Hotel San Francesco
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We started the morning with just about as much exercise as climbing Mt, Etna! We went to a Sicilian dance studio to learn some Sicilian dances and we had a ball. Everyone was really into it. You must have them demonstrate when they gets home! Then we drove on down the coast Taormina where we visited a Greek amphitheater with fantastic views of Mt. …
... for cover in a coffee bar.
It was here he bumped into a pair of Polish bikers - Wojciech Jezierski and Robert Kozloswki - that he had met briefly earlier in his journey.
Last night in Lungomare Paul saw two Vespas outside a tiny bar and linked up up with the guys from Automo Salerno, a Vespa club of West Ham fans.
Paul was welcomed into the group, who were celebrating ...
... a tiny bit. Smallpieces of ice were dropping on everything. So beautiful but so darn cold, this arvo it was 7 degrees BBBRRRRRR.
Travelled back to Rome today to get Maegan to the airport for her flight home. Really going to miss her, has been great having her to show us around, meet the relatives and speak the lingo.It took us 7 hours to get here. Heading out to find some dinner if we can drag the boys away from the ...
... chairs lining the rails. We started out on the back deck, but it got to hot, so we moved under an awning which was more pleasant. The boat was rocking and rolling a bit and unfortunately Edie overbalanced and landed in a vacant deck chair . She has a little bruise but I'm sure it hurt. Firstly we went to the Isle of Capri to the area near the white grotto where they suspended a small platform with a ladder ...
Tonight was Matilde's class play. They did the Little Mermaid and Matilde played Ursula. Normally, I would probably say that doing a class play of a Disney movie is boring, but I appreciated it because it was nice to know what was going on without having to understand the dialogue. Also, the costumes were ADORABLE!
After the performance we all went out for gelato. We went to ...
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