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... the contents of the bird's stomach. This convinced the Saracens that the castle had longterm food supplies so they abandoned the siege and retreated from the Sardinian coast. Thus, Castello della fava. By the time we explored the village and the church at its base it was about 12.30 and the lady on the gate had to call someone and make sure we could go up as it closed for lunch at 1pm. They granted us 15 minutes and we raced up the ...
... to get the names of 2 young women who work on the weekly slot tournaments. They were particularly helpful, welcoming and always called me by my name. Quite amazing really when you think of the number of people they encounter every cruise. Now in our third week, there are fewer and fewer entertainment events that we haven't already seen or done, so our evenings are getting shorter. Just as well, because soon it will be back to reality! ...
... you all through our blog. Tomorrow is Emma's first day back at school and Tom starts next week - it is a shock to the system! As is the rain and wind which greeted us when we arrived back in England!
We are really looking forward to our travels in the coming weeks and hope to continue writing our travel blog. Stay tuned for our upcoming adventure through Portugal during October.
Lots of love,
... temple ruins we saw were from 3AD. They basically seem to be in the middle of nowhere and you have to marvel at their existence, especially when you consider the steep terrain around it. Also here we saw our first cork tree but not just a cork tree. The person who sold us our entry tickets told us the tree is 10 by 100 years old. I guess that's pretty old in anyone's language.
We drove through Fluminimaggiore (some names are a bit of ...
... every meal with cheese and or fruit. And then of course, coffee.
- Breakfasts on the balcony - cappuccino, juice, cake, biscuits, cornetti (chocolate croissants, not ice cream).