Park Motel & Hotel La Selva
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wow nice comfortable hotel A+++
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... she did give me a bill / receipt too.
I head to the door, and after some grappling with the pushing / pulling & finally finding the release button, I’m out. And I’m on my bike and away home, back before the hour I’d planned to be away was up.
At home I scan & translate (yes, Google again) the paper they gave me. Besides suggesting ice and not brushing, it also suggest I smoke less and avoid alcoholic drinks for 4-5 days. I ...
... it in the hight of summer with boats on the lake & all the beautiful people sipping their macchiatos on the tree lined shore. We dropped our beaut little car off the afternoon, safe & sound. It has served us well the little Merc A180. Over 3000km, through all the traffic, tiny little "streets " that were never designed with a car in mind, busy ...
... side. Yes, Kinder are one of the common brands. I bought one a while back to have a look and it closely … No, it wasn’t about the chocolate. I bought another today that I’ll eat … on Sunday I guess. To read more about Italian Easter eggs, see http://www.explore-italian-culture.com/ easter-egg-tradition.html and ...
Woke up to a predicted tidal flood - but not as bad as feared. No water in hotel and low lying footpaths covered. Acqua alta is quite common in December....why? Not spring tides? Should research. Not a big deal- locals just don gum boots and go about business. Some properties have water barriers across doors but not needed today. Managed to change train booking to from 0850 to 1050 to allow water to drop. Easy 15 min walk to train with light luggage. Rain held off till we ...
... of my mind. Motion seemed to happen automatically, however my body remained ridged. I moved over the concrete island with ease but encroached onto the final pebble section wearily. As the pebbles became a dirt driveway, the bike wobbled. My body remained inelastic and unwilling to control the bike. Inevitably, the bike fell to the ground. One hand remained connected to the handle, and I stood over the bike. Nervousness turned to laughter. I was laughing at my childishness and ...