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... out into the bin when I emptied my pockets"!
Oh! now what do we do? We approached the guys that were ushering people onto the boats and told them our story and they graciously believed us and let us onto the boat. Phew! Lucky us.
on our return Francesca, Gabriel and I brave the cold Lago Maggiore water while the rest of the group go off for siestas. Emily comes down to watch and puts her feet in the water. Entering the water took our breathe away but it was ...
Well that would of had to have been my longest trip to ever reach our first holiday destination in Italy. After a long flight (flying; which I equate to giving birth ie months of preparations, much planning ahead, anticipation, discomfort, tiredness, aches and pains and the end result pure delight and elation) we arrive in Milano!
That 9 hour stop over in HK was a killer!
Milano! We get through customs real quick and even though the ...
... was another highlight
Time visiting old friends Geraldine, Ronald and Charlie is always a highlight - we thought at one stage we may even get to meet the new baby but no.
It was also great to visit Frankie and Richard and their new super house in the Pyrenees....we now understand.
I must mention HiHo the mighty Pug 308 - smaller but nippier than our normal 3008 and I was very pleased to have it when I managed the ...
... and I chatting while sh headed to reception to organise a room change. Their room had no air-conditioning. After 30 minutes, joan had not returned so Bill and I went looking. We found Joan chatting to an Australian couple in the library. It turned out that Lindsay and Sharon from Queensland were on our tour. We sat and chatted for two hours until joined by ...
... local Cantinas and then enjoyed a long lunch sampling a few more. Our final evening was spent trying to cook our own Florentine T-bone on the bbq, a relative success but perhaps we should leave that one to the professionals. A short stop in Lucca enabled us to stretch our legs on our way to the Cinque Terre as we walked around the 4km city walls. A lovely lunch washed down with a final glass of Chianti Classico was a perfect end to our time in Tuscany, something tells me we'll come back ...