Hotel Palace Maria Luigia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
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... here, haven't had a bad meal yet. It has been stifling hot today, although wearing black to support our team was essential, it didn't help us trying to keep cool. Finally managed to get on the bus, which took us to the Stadia XXV Aprile (stadium), brought return tickets, but no blimmin bus home, you gotta love this place. The boys looked great in their gear, so proud of Mitch, he did look the part, even though he is ...
... discover though that the game tomorrow has already sold out and we don't have tickets. Luckily Mitch has got us all some, but we don't know where to purchase them from, what a friggin nightmare. The next game is also sold out so tomorrow will be searching tirelessly looking for tickets. Finally found a supermarket and brought a few supplies, and ate in for dinner. Looking forward to bed, certainly walked more than the 10,000 steps that you are supposed to do each ...
... later and the place was humming, forgot that they have siesta around lunch time. Love how everyone bikes everywhere, young, old and even families. No helmets, and they all seem to be soo carefree. Could live here. Just finishing off our dinner and we could here this band coming, and it was all the rugby boys parading down the street, it was like the pied piper, all these people following it was awesome and great to catch up with Mitch. Home to bed for a much needed ...
UP with the sparrows departing Nelson 7.30am, chilly on 2 deg, flight on time. Thanks Mark & Diane for turning up soo early and taking our car home. Left chilly Christchurch bound for Singapore. Flight was good and went really fast. Great food and service. Arrived in Singapore with a 7 hour wait, luckily they had 2 spare rooms available at Transit lounge. Up at 1.40am to embark on the next part of the journey, another 11 hour flight directly to Milan. Again great ...
... they could carry and everything else was left behind. It's still there now, spoons in walls, bed frames, tables and ovens. The view walking down was spectacular. Added bonus was the clear blue skies. That was a 2 hour return walking journey. But the walking wasn't over. While Divia attended her interview David and I went for a walk through the forest looking for mushrooms. It was, unfortunately, to dry and to early in the season. But we saw all sorts ...