Park Hotel Suisse
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... would like white or red wine with our meal, I said “red” and he just came back with the red he thought would be best suited to what we had ordered. It was unreal. And then, after our desert, (liquorice crème caramel), he bought us all a glass of desert wine. All of these extras were of no additional cost, and the meal was not expensive at all.
This is just like a dream to me. The whole thing is seriously unbelievable.
Today was a getting Ash sorted and settled
day. He is exhausted so we took it
slowly, showing him where the supermarket is, how to use the washing machine
and he had a visit to the hairdressers.
He looks fantastic, he's had an absolute ball and he just wants to eat
and chill for a little while and get healthy ...
... They came up to have a drink and as we sit down, fire works start going off right outside our room. We had prime position. It is 11 pm and the fireworks went for half an hour. They were incredible, and it was just so fantastic that we were all together, completely blown away with the event. At 11.30 the concert begins. God knows what time it will finish. It sounds like the band is in my lounge room.
... the hill or down to the Mediterranean Sea. The scenery is spectacular and the towns look like what you would image a typical Italian village looks like. Bellissimo!
Our second day was another beautiful Italian day and our group was going to increase by one today! Our friend Caleb, who had been traveling with his parents is joining us for our last couple of days of spring break. After finding Caleb and enjoy ...
... they were very hot) but Audra’s Merrell sandals ended up blistering the **** out of her feet before we even started the last stretch of the hike. Had we been in proper hiking shoes or even tennis shoes the entire thing would have been a piece of cake. It still would have been exhausting and hot, just would have been a bit easier. The first stretch from Vernazza to Monterosso was definitely the most challenging but the most rewarding. It was up and up and up ...