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... previous evening Roisin told me that the assistant waiter, Leonardo, was from Brazil. As this will be our destination in March 2015 and to make conversation I asked where about in Brazil he is from. He replied ‘Honduras!!’ Roisin laughed and said, ‘That’s not our assistant waiter!! That’s the drinks waiter!!’
The evening quiz was an interactive film quiz. A clip of a film was shown and you had to guess the name of the movie. We ...
... about to give up hope we finally spot one pulling in to the docks and some people get off. When he stands there waiting he see the look on our faces and invites us aboard. When we sat down the weight was lifted from my shoulders. Briony was just flabbergasted with the intensity of my need to get on this black canal glider.
Our Gondolier was lovely and told us many stories about the city and the different pallazos situated along the canal. We journeys through some ...
... wind swirled, thunder pounded, and the skies opened up. The concierge called a cab...good idea!
Mailing the package turned into a fun adventure, as all instructions at the post office were, of course, in Italian and the kind post office worker did not speak English. No worries, we got it figured out. The only problem: US credit cards are outdated. The rest of the world has a microchip on their credit cards ...
... I am rather chuffed about this as I feel I have come to know old John in his Camel hair coat, as we have seen so many art works and frescos of him. San Zaccaria was founded in the 9th century.
There is a section we can go to for 2 euros each, the money goes to restoration. It goes to the right of the main church, so the right hand of the cross if you like. Inside this room is the historical section containing the thrones and chairs of the Doges ...
We left Rome very uneventfully and after getting on the circle road we went off north for about an hour and a half towards Perugia. We stopped in Montefalco, another medieval walled hilltop town with a nice Aire and had a quiet afternoon. Lots of wine shops in town and great views over the valley. Ben has decided he likes wine barrels and was most impressed with a shop that had a barrel car and barrel chairs and sofas. The next day we stopped about ten ...