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... dinner in the city :) tomorrow we have a full day to ourselves to do as we wish after we go and see the coliseum and Trevi fountain. We did have some unfortunate news about the fountain, it is under construction at the moment and has scaffolding all around it and no water, but apparently people are still throwing their coins in and so will we :) Love you all and miss you all so much. But for now I will continue to look out the window and debate as to where my holiday house will be ...
... the best that we could :)
This square had the San Marco Basilica, which was absolutely stunning! It was a massive church. Even looking at the outside was magnificent, but it was nothing compared to how it looked inside! We weren't allowed to take pictures inside, but we did sneak a couple of them (just don't tell anyone!) It was a very open church, with massive dome ceilings and giant stone pillars. It was all decorated in mosaics, and I don't know ...
Back when I was much younger, I loved flying on airplanes. We actually used to get all dressed up for flights and I found the entire process rather exciting! Not so much any more! :-). We have had a very long day - and we're only half way through it! Took a shuttle to Logan from Laurie and John's house in Oakland, Maine, leaving there at noon on Friday. Arrived at Logan with plenty of time to catch our 6:00 flight.
... and non-touristy....he sent us to an extremely quiet neighborhood square that had only one restaurant. We sat outside, and in true European style, our meal took over two hours! We did not have any pasta, believe it or not! It was sliced steak and mashed potatoes and we ordered roasted potatoes, too....and eggplant...it was all very good, especially the beef....but not what we traditionally think of as Italian food! Very interesting! It was also fun to see that the proprietor appeared ...
Up early to catch the 10.10am flight to Auckland. John
dropped me at the airport, checked that my bags weighed in at exactly 23kgs and
although the cabin bag was 8.3kg I slung it over my shoulder casually and got
through the gates for the first flight.
There was only a 1hour 50 gap to the first long haul flight
at 1.00pm on Thai air to Bangkok. I spent the time wondering if I had been
meant to pick up my bag off the domestic ...