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... as he did about the movie. We saw the actually abbey where the real Maria was training as a nun. We visited the lake where the children fall off the boat into the water wearing their curtain clothing and the outside of the building, Leopold's Castle, used as the families home in the movie. It's now a private residence so you can't go in and see it. Our last stop was the pavilion used during the song 16 going on 17. We then were back on the road again for the drive ...
... up tonight and leave early for the 160 mile route to Venice (just down the road from Marco Polo airport)
At about 19:00, it was obvious that a storm was a brewin’ so we stowed the mainsail (sorry, canopy) took down the rigging (sorry washing line) and battened down the hatches (sorry, closed all the windows) waiting for the downpour.
There were white tops on the lake (first time seen) and it was that spooky bright light. The storm came and ...
... d forgotten that you can meet a variety of people from different countries and who are doing completely different things to you. That my world that I know is not all that's out there. One of the Japanese girls I spent today with is now living and studying in Sweden and loves the place. Has invited me to visit if I feel inclined to head that far north. The girl from Taiwan has been living in London for 1 year and works for Burberry. Another Japanese girl and her ...
Today we woke up early we were collected at 6:00am and taken to the airport. We had to allow more time at first we had to drop our luggage at the luggage storage. And we packed a little nag. We went through customs and got to our gate. We had some brekky a Nutella croissant. Then we got on the plane to Catania. We got off Richard saw a prisoner on board so basically we were ...
... Italian food! The highlight today though was the gondola ride! Lopsided throughout (Matt almost capsized us!), it was amazingly quiet and peaceful! The canal's are obviously the back streets of the town, deserted save for the progression of tourists alike all soaking up this Venetian experience. I found it glorious, but yet quite sad... Particularly as our guide was telling us about the flooding and pointing out various buildings whereby the ...
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