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... Milan with her son who was studying there. But she was on holiday and staying at a very nice place because someone else had given her the reservation as thanks for some help with a group of tourists. She was delightful to talk to and we told her some about our trip so far and what our favorite things had been, etc. She shared her name and email address and said if we ever came back to Italy, to be sure and contact her. Ornella was her name and she made it sound like ...
... walking on it under the same circumstances. I do have very high tolerances to pain though, but more than that I see it as my own fault. I welcome the pain as punishment, hopefully it sticks in my memory how bad this hurts next time I'm drunk, it was definitely one of those things where there was no need to risk it to get the biscuit, I needed to play the percentages and I ****** up.
The lady running the tour is very passionate about the city, I am trying to ...
... bell tower, would be a great view. But with over three hundred steps and a swollen sore ankle I leave this one. Heading across to the Piazza san Croce and the beautiful building you find there. It started to rain and I realise it is time to buy an umbrella, could need it more and more through Europe. Heading for dinner and home to a warm ...
... Travel is neat because there seem to be phases to it, and sometimes people have the same phases but sometimes they're different. In the beginning, we were getting used to being together 24/7. I was getting used to doing lots of work to arrange trains and key pick ups and meals and activities. I would say I was most crabby. :). Listening to other travellers, I am reminded that while travel is great, people do seem to argue over directions and ...
... next morning and decided upon the idea that we will see the statue of David at he Academia. The travel books tell us to make sure you have reservations but we decided to try to see it anyways. After waiting 1.5 hours, we finally got to see the impressive statue of David. Darlene said he had big hands and big feet, but less than impressive endowments which made me feel better! The statue was a in fact a site to behold. We then ventured ...
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