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... the route. After making my way as far as I can go, turn around and walk back down the street past the ritzy hotels and shops like Gucci, Armani, Louis Vuitton, etc. Can't afford anything in any of the windows that I check-out, but one can dream.
After walking for a while, head in from the water and walk along the inner streets, where there are a number of shops, just not as extravagant as the ones right on the water. There are a number ...
... was had by me. The girls here are not shy and drop the top at any chance. Worth looking, till a female as old as your mother drops it, and you just want to throw a towel over her.
had a long chat to some delta airline pilots. Funny when we chat to Americans, they all say that aust is a dangerous place. They seem to think that brown snakes and crocodiles are all in Collins st, Melb? Really weird, that this is their impression. I clarified it for them, and hit them with ...
... patio. This wine bar didn’t offer a full bar selection, so as midnight neared we darted down the street in search of an open and lively bar. Though Rosalina Bar was not crowded, it did offer a selection of cognac. We toasted to Rufio’s birthday at midnight, and the gracious bartender offered us both a complimentary snifter before we set out again.
Rufio hadn’t yet had his customary Guinness-in-a-pub yet on this trip, so when ...
... to the hotel. Nice accommodations but not close at all to the main part of town. We check in a eat at the small "Italian" restaurant next-door and sleep...for a long time.
Next day we spent a good deal of time trying to figure out cell phones and internet service while in France and opt for a small international plan on our current provider (ATT). Since we are traveling to many countries throughout Europe and there are no cell phone ...
... the world and a giant platter of essentially raw seafood. Those components that were cooked must have been so days ago, and the other components (clams, mussels, snails) were raw. The pasta, thank god, was the primary redeeming factor, mainly in that it was a known quantity. After sizing up the raw (familiar) seafood my enthusiasm for the less well known items (sea snails, snails and strange other creatures in shells) dampened quickly. My stomach ...