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... cathedral date back to Norman times although both have been rebuilt. The
cathedral has a beautifully painted ceiling. It would appear the town was
attacked on numerous occasions by Turkish pirates who liked to massacre the
townspeople. Its narrow steep streets make it very picturesque.
We visited the tourist
information and tomorrow we head to the Forestra de Umbra to do some walking.
Wednesday 20th ...
... trip. AND... We can't flush our toilet paper down the toilet eww. From now until Tirana it has to go in the bucket next to the bin. It's not as bad as I expected but it still takes a bit of getting use to. It was scorching hot again today so fingers crossed it stays this way for the rest of the ...
Another beautiful day. Our first at sea, however, where there is a bit of a swell. The ship is rocking a tad. We are currently between the heel and toe of Italy. Apparently this part of the sea is usually a bit rocky. Max watched the golf until about 1.30 this morning so she is a bit weary today. There are a few people onboard who are feeling ...
... these days (if I work hard at listening). After mass we walked down to the center of town--it is downhill . . . which means it’ll be uphill upon our return AND it’s 1.5 to 2 miles each way. It got considerably cooler as the day went on and I swear that I saw a snowflake or two in the midst of sprinkles. We found a trattoria from Tripadvisor and had a delicious, local and simple meal. A nice quarter liter ...
We thought ports could not get anymore chaotic than Patra. Arriving in Bari, Italy, we were very wrong. Getting off the ferry proved a more dangerous task than any driving to date. The battle to deport was waged with semi-trailer, smart cars, Vespa’s and grumpy Greek ferry workers. After seeing a semi-trailer smush a Civic into the wall of the ferry (literally drove into it and squashed ...