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Travel Blogs from Baveno
... all the way down to a dead end with no train! Francesca also with iPad in hand takes charge but she too fails to get the correct information. Anyhow we kept this little scenario up for ages and finally we decided to take one of the trains which we thought may get us there. Off we run as the train is about to leave, running fast pushing suitcases, backpacks jiggling, bags pulling on our necks when the conductor tells us no! You must use your ...
... s daughter (Jasmine) has been studying in France for a big chunk of 2015 and decided that she would marry her fab Italian fiance before they both headed back to oz. When we booked our trip we didn't know anything about the wedding but luckily the wedding was last night and we fly out tonight. It was an amazing affair in downtown Verona - the venue was a small room in a historic art gallery followed by dinner at an amazing restaurant that has ...
... the Rockies in USA, also on our tour. Eventually we started to feel hungry again so we moved to the bar for a light lunch. Following which I returned to my room for a siesta. We met at 5pm in the reception area for our pre tour briefing after which we headed down the road to the only resturant for our "get to know " dinner. I had an early night and set my alarm for ...
... to the Forum and Colosseum where Bea's Classics knowledge came into its own (she turned out to be a particularly good (and cheap) tour guide). On our way across town, there was just time for a couple of pictures of Monumento Vittorio and a swift lasagne. Then onto Pantheon, Trevi Fountain (under scaffolding), walk along the river to Castel Sant'Angelo and then onto Vatican City. Sadly we were too late for the Sistine Chapel but I was able to get into St. Peter's Basillica without too ...
... it was really nice to check into our hotel, The Grand Dino right on the shore of the lake in Baveno, freshen up and head out for dinner at a lovely little trattoria with our old friends, Michelle and Peter and some new ones we met on the tour. It turned out to be an interesting evening, heaps of laughter, food and wine that continued well into the night.
If you ever get to read this Peter and Michelle, all I can say is 'campaspe'.