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... stop & turn right, much to our surprise. We did as we were told & came to a lovely church overlooking a small cove full of people & fishing boats, so she was right. Resuming our bus trip we ended up in a very nondescript area & returned back to town to get a drink & some food. Dick made a very poor choice so we ended up with a very ordinary pizza & a beer before returning home via the market with a couple of pastries.
... again we found ourselves in a kind of culinary heaven, very happy to have found this little trattoria. Unfortunately, we didn't take pictures of the food, so you will just have to imagine... The following morning, after checking out of the hotel, we went out in search for coffee and some lunch before heading to our next destination. Unfortunately, as I mentioned, this was a Sunday, and nearly every business in town was closed up for the day of rest. We did manage to find ...
... with 2-½ twist was something Tom Daly would have been proud of!!
Whilst laying on the gravelled ground writhing in agony, one
of my caring colleagues told me not to move. ‘That’s sensible advice’, I
thought. ‘Until I have been checked over I don’t know what damage I may have
I soon learned that that the reason I was told not to move
was that she could run and fetch her camera!!!
... tries the old cylinder again and manages to get it to work - it appears that the thread is not quite right but you can get it to work for 10 minutes at a time before needing to remove and reattach the buner to try again. As we generally go not need more than 10 minutes of heating for anything we should be able to get some use out of the old cylinder. After dinner we go to bed early - the sun sets much earlier here than in Norway and Icelend - and we are very tired.
... goal that would lose our streak of 82 years!!! This was the most amazing soccer I have ever been too and leaving the stadium seeing no one cheer was upsetting, until we ran into a bunch of Americans!
Leaving Genoa was the most stressful thing on this adventure because we didn't have a ride home being that it was all sold out. The next train was to leave at 6 a.m. and it was only 11 p.m.. We were all getting a bit cranky, but in no time we cheered back up and were ...