Hotel Villa Liberty
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... After about an hour or so the mist disappears and sunshine fills the sky......and the temperature quickly rises to a lovely 24c........!
We arrive at our Albergo and find it is part of a brewery ..... So we test the ale! Dinner is served in the adjoining restaurant ..... Also part of the brewery.....could/ should b a good night.....watch this ...
Alba to Gavi
I wake up with a sore throat and runny nose. "Keep away from me" says my darling husband who has been missing me so much.
We trundle off from the crummy hotel in Alba for a magnificent but tough ride to Gavi. "How's the ...
... children, Anita and Olmo, nine and six, who are the cutest, little Italian children, with bright eyes and generous smiles that penetrated through my heart. Quickly, EJ had become the little sister figure, and they played and fought accordingly. Anita and Olmo shared more than a few similarities with my brother and myself. Many times, I had felt that I had been given a “ghosts of Christmas’s past” glimpse of the dynamics of my own childhood with my brother. I ...
Waking up this morning to an empty bed, Peter and Ben had left on their road trip.
After sharing breakfast with Orazio and Emanuele, I went on a road trip with Emanuele, leaving Orazio home as he had to study. Orazio is a Lawyer, and he was doing another degree.
Emanuele drove us to see a property in Pieve Emanuele, where he was to meet a client and discuss architectural plans. The house had been on the market and had been sold recently. The ...
... police men and women where really interested in me and almost wanted to make some posing pictures with me.. ha ha a crazy dutch girl on a bike... So i took a train to a town called Voghuera, halfway on the road to Milano and found a nice bridge to sleep under... but it was already taken by another homeless person... Luckily it was a nice guy, Nikola from the Ukraine. We shared a diner, wine and cigarettes. He even helped me to put my tent ...