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... awry with the spelling!!
It is nearing General Election time in the UK. 7 of the major parties went head-to-head on the TV yesterday and we were discussing the programme over dinner. Emilia, on form as usual, bless her, feels that Ed Miliband, the leader of the Labour Party, looks a lot like the Nick Parks creation ‘Wallace ‘the’ Grommit’!!!!
Tomorrow we arrive in Genoa, our port of disembarkation. In order to stagger ...
... and the waves as much as 30 feet. The wind and the waves were hitting the ship on the forward starboard side of the ship. I wouldn’t call the movement of the ship “rocking”. It was more of an occasional big lurch, followed by a short period of smaller movements. Most of the time, the stabilizers did their job and it was pretty smooth. But because of the large, unpredictable movements, they cancelled the evening show as a precaution. They also emptied ...
... just after we stopped a truck full of sheep went passed.
Great little hotel with coastal views in Porto.
An afternoon walk and drinks on the balcony before pizza and rose' at the local restaurant.
Xxxx Ann and Jeff
Ps peter - u got a post card suck it up!!
... has a lot of stone, mostly granite and limestone, and almost all of the houses are made of stone which is lovely. It is almost one big mountain (although actually hundreds) with 1000 km of coastline and only 300 km of it is beach. A lot of Eucalyptus trees, which were imported from Australia to deal with malaria (didn't work, the US bombed it with DDT during WWII instead).The main product is chestnuts and they do everything with them: polenta (eaten at every ...
... The ground floor and the cellar feature a few photographs of the family residences around Ajaccio and photographs of various agricultural instruments used on the land such as millstones, jars and oil-presses
We spent 1hr there and it was well worth it. The entrance was free as it was the first Sunday of the month. Soon after our visit, we picked up our luggage and went to the airport to catch our flight to Rome where we had accommodations for one night.