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The morning after we checked into the Palazzo we met Floriana. Born and raised in Soriano, this beautiful young woman led us and our new companions on a walking tour of the village and the castle. She shared the village history in such a real manner that I half expected to see Roman soldiers awaiting us as we crossed the drawbridge into the castle …
"If you keep on believing, the dreams that you wish will come true"
Tom's Take: Ok
I'll admit, when Sandy first
said that we were going to have lunch with a Princess in her castle my initial
reaction was, "Boy, someone sold you a bill of goods. Is Elvis going to be there
too?" I mean really, who does …
... last time and went to Dublin on my own I was pretty upset and felt a bit lonely at first. Since this trip is about learning about myself, I realized that being around people I know would help me feel better after leaving my sister. So, here I am in Brugge. The Christmas lights are up, and the Christmas market is on everyday. Friends always make me feel better when I miss my family.
Big love to my family and friends ...
Today we flew from Athens to Rome on Aegean Air.
We were fortunate to have hired a cab driver for our transfer who was from Cervetri, Italy and knew all about the Etruscan tombs there. He offered to show us his town on the way to the ship ...
... company. Oleg is just at the end of his contract, leaving in less than a week.
Sea days are boring, nothing crazy to report.... Next few days should be good, tomorrow I head to Alexandria, Egypt. We are going to a mall since the day after we are headed to the Pyramids. :)
Sorry this post is very boring.... Just hope everyone is okay, Update from Ruslans family is that kids are not at school. And anyone in ...