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... most of the heavy lifting( she figured out how to do the laundry last night, she apparently enjoyed a glass of wine during the process) but I've had a few moments of clarity and helpfulness. For example while in Verona we looked for the famous balcony. We happened on the road to the Cassa of Juliet, which I figured would be the way to go. Bobbie thought we needed the street for the balcony. Turns out the balcony is attached to the Cassa. Good laugh, we're having ...
... the infirm and the un firm. The entertainment aboard the ship has been wonderful. One night a magic act, the next an acrobatic couple that used their own body weight and strength to contort into unnatural human knots and throw each other around as if they were rag dolls. Last night we had a "The Diva" Beverley Davison, she is a violinist, a protege of Yehudi Menuhin, and a comedienne of sorts. A real entertainer, we are both not into the classical side of music ...
... is good. We order simple dishes, taking the chance to have a break from the mega eating fest that has been our sojourn in France. I order veal scallopina in a white wine sauce, and Yalini has a spicy and tasty penne arrabiata. We accompany this with a side order of simple grilled vegetables and half a litre of the house red, which turns out to be a soft and fruity Italian Merlot. No entrée and no dessert — we're practically on a ...
... candies that I can rarely find in Canada. Then it was off to Dusseldorf. I was amazed at how easy it was for 2 English speaking Canadians to travel through 4 countries and not get lost once. Of course, the fact that everywhere we went people spoke English with little difficulty certainly helped. We paid a little extra for the cruise line to provide our transfers from airport to cruise terminal and it was $$$ well spent. After ...
... way there! Luckily some guys helped us out with what train we needed to catch so as soon as we stopped we ran to the train we needed to catch. We didn't have time to buy tickets so we just hopped on and hoped we wouldn't get fined. When we arrived at Gatwick we had to pay £20 each to get through the barrier. After popping through security we sat down in Whetherspoons thinking we had plenty of time to eat. Wrong again, ...