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... paid $90 for a taxi we were half sure was the right place. The phone number she gave me was wrong so as you can imagine there was a bit of suspense when we knocked on what we thought was the right door at 2:30 in the morning. To our relief it was the right one and she was just putting together her sofa bed in the downstairs study. It was ever so kind of her and we pretty much went straight to sleep after the little boy showed us around his pad. I didn't really sleep well one ...
5 am wake up, 545 departure. One of the differences with staying in an apartment is there is no-one to 'look after' you so I was slightly worried that the private taxi transfer that I had booked wouldn't arrive and /or would be late. You can't hail a taxi in Italy, it's illegal and when you ring to request one you pay from the time of the phone call - which would be ok if you knew at 5 am with a checkin deadline what time they would get there etc etc so a private taxi was the only ...
... they give us drink vouchers. The bartender was nice and we ordered some sliders. We each had a Pinot Noir and then the burgers came out with cheese, so Arthur sent them back. Then they came out with onions but we didn't complain. He ended up giving us another round of wine and comped the burgers, how nice. We headed back to the room after that so we could get some sleep.
... not the tax avoiding monster company, but a very laid back skater-type establishment). Connor bought a wallet and was served by a very friendly and like-minded guy who went on to tell us about his first trip snowboarding the previous week, which only served to make us even more excited about our boarding week. After wondering about the shops, buying my first ever pair of Canterburys from a very friendly (see a trend?) and fellow England Rugby team-hater in the ...