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... and unwashed. When our number finally arrived, we prostrated ourselves at the desk and politely informed the lady of our intention to apply for residence in her wonderful country. She couldn't speak English, so beckoned us to follow her back in to the waiting room where she opened another door, leaned in at shouted something along the lines of blah, blah, blah INGLISE at the top of her voice, thus attracting the attention of both offices, the waiting room and the ...
... had put out a variety of juices, yoghurts, fruit, a number of cheeses, a salami, butter and jam. Plus she had made four fresh cakes! On the table, we each had a small breadstick. When we entered the breakfast room, she offered tea or coffee. Our coffee latte was very good. She pretty much had a full house - lots of folks having brekky. Driving time again - decided against going back into Barolo, so thought we would find one of the many hilltop villages we had glimpsed ...
... back to our apartment, we decide to head out for a night time walk of the local high end deigner shops, right on the beach. The town was hosting a beach polo game...can you imagine horses on the beach playing games...wonder if Prince William or Prince Harry were there...
Tomorrow we rest...need to catch up and do not a lot...looking forward to the down time. Hope you are all well!
... morning or on the terrace.
I am amazed by how pervasive English is. When I visited many years ago, people didn`t make the effort, I think there was anti-American sentiment or at least anti-English language sentiment. Now pretty much everyone has some English and many have lots of English. My theory is there are two reasons - tourism is a much bigger part of the economy these days, and English is the second language of the European Union, their trade or ...
... she informed us that we had received an ‘upgrade’ with our room… very cool!!! The room was on the 4th floor and even though not very large it had a huge bed, a balcony and a very clean and modern bathroom…(Mary happy – Michael therefore happy). (ha ha, you funny...not!)
At this point I would like to know…Why do toilets have a seat but ‘bidet’ don’t?? It’s not as if people that use ...