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Having invoked the ghosts of old advertising campaigns with the last blog title, this time we’ve revived what appears to be another social phenomenon of the recent past. Whatever happened to Lager Louts? When did that breed die out and be replaced with the Binge Drinkers? Who knows? Who cares?
And so, July flips over in to August, and we’re now on the downward slope now as sadly, there is less to do than is done already. The time is still passing at ...
We arrived at Marco Polo Airport in Venice, and I was really excited to actually be there! We caught the water bus into Venice. I loved watching the boats on the water, working out the "streets", and all the activity on the water. Luckily, Marina met us at the water bus stop and walked us to our apartment. It was in a square, St. Apostolini Square. Even with our directions, i think we would have had trouble finding it. Our ...
We got up at 8:15 to get organised to catch the train from Vernazza. We are very close to the station, however the stairs are going to be the challenge with our heavy bags. There's so many stairs and it's steep. We get the train in plenty of time, and Greg walks to a cafe to buy coffee and croissants. We chat to another couple from Australia! who are travelling for the same amount of time. We compare a few stories on the train. We swap trains at la Spezia and are ...
... catch up for a drink. Well let me just say that drink turned into about 6 bottles of Vino Rosso, a fabulous seafood dinner, and a great night of interesting conversation, made up words, crazy antics in the wind tunnel and plenty of laughs. Hopefully one day we will meet up again. It seemed a long stagger home from the other side of town at two am in the morning so hopefully couple of panadol and a litre of water would help us wake up in a few hours ...
... statue of Moses and the actual chains themselves in their glass case. The huge columns are the original ones from 500ad. From there we headed towards the Colosseum and the Forum. The Colosseum was big enough to take 50,000 people and when it was inaugurated, the games went for 100 days with 000s of animals slaughtered, and presumably 000's of gladiators slaughtered! The quantum of remains of ancient buildings around the forum area ...