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... in 2 days we missed our train. The first two times are interesting and fun, but the third time it's just wtf. Especially when we have a tight schedule and time is not on our side! I checked back the schedule and realise we could still stick to plan B which will leave us with only around 30mins to shop, BUT NO CHOICE SIGH!!! We have to go!!! We went to eat lunch before boarding the next available train to florence. The train journey is just plain torture. The journey ...
... there in that state. At one point, a frail Nonna told us an animated story out of her creaky window, making us annoyed we didn’t know Italian, therefore none of what she said. We just stood there waving and staring like fools as if we had seen the Queen parade past.
On our second day Pierre collected us in his car, for a grander tour of yesterday’s grand tour of the French Riviera and Monaco. We took a local route through Monte Carlo, where police ...
... br> Twenty minutes later she texted back for me to buy a pizza on the way
Paul walked me to Mare Meo for
the pizza and then realizing what time it was (nearly 9.00) said goodbye and
hurried off home. I bought a different type pizza tonight and even though Mary
was wary at first …she did seem to like it. We left enough for some more
tomorrow…nice day after pizza.
We then had a relaxing night
…reading and ...
... B.C.`s Pacific. We both swam yesterday and today I went in after we fell asleep in the sand under the sun. Elaine fantasized about getting weather and beach like this on our trip and I did not expect her dream to be so fulfilled. I knew I would dip in the sea, but I didn`t expect it to be warm and enjoyable!
Our current hostess, Carmen, said the weather is like June and she is busy with guests when normally she would be doing the deep cleaning of ...
... t your average hall for concerts and parties etc. This place was spectacular!!! It is an very old church that has long ago been ‘deconsecrated’ (is that the right terminology???)but the organ was still there…there was a large black grand piano just off the altar and a harpsichord and smaller tubular organ to the right of the piano. The pews were all still there and are used for the public when they have recitals and would probably sit about 200 comfortably. ...