BEST WESTERN Park Hotel Continental
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... were interactive, some weren't, you couldn't tell which, so for a lark I indicated that I'd like to pull the cord to operate the exquisite 18th century French song bird automata, this instigated some horrified looks and frantic arm waving by the Prada stazi, my work done I went off to break some less valuable exhibits. I spent most of the visit laughing at ...
... It's the way the trains, buses, and cars come in, and we saw a guy running on the sidewalk of the bridge on our way in -- so that was my plan. I managed to find a way out there, and just as I made my way across the street, a pair of runners went by in the same direction going roughly the same speed. I just followed them, creepily, until I figured I had gone out far enough, flipped a *****, and came back in with plenty of time to spare.
We took breakfast (calzione) in ...
... ranging from the 1100s through the 1500s. We also saw Casanova's old house which is now the French embassy. We thought that was funny. It was starting to get dark so the lights were coming on in the buildings. It gave us a view of the historic ceilings and sculptures in some of the buildings as we looked in through the windows. It was quite a romantic experience.
As evening approached, we started to see children dressed up for Halloween running into ...
... gets through to T that this is the slow train stopping at every station and we would be better on the earlier train as it is direct. We climb down and haul our bags across to the other platform. Fortunately the train is late so we didn't have to bust a gut dragging the cases up the stairs. The train is full but we get seats and fence ourselves in with the cases. We have an hour to ...
... better at it you get, well unless your name is Paul, in which case all bets are off. This morning we are off to Trieste, but on the way, we visit the Italian war memorial for those who died in both wars. This site was the location of front line trenches in the first world war. There is also a museum here and I can only take it for a while before needing to go outside. I can't look at those weapons and letters to home and not think ...