Hotel Alloggio del Conte
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Nikki went to the medical center to have her sutures removed and then we went to dinner.
After dinner we took our nightly walk and then hung out on deck until bedtime.
Ric: Beef and Pork Tortellini, salad, Gnocchi and Italian donuts
Nikki: Caprese Salad, Chef Salad and Italian donuts
Regan: Eggplant, Minestrone, Spaghetti and Meatballs and cannelloni
Kelsie: Caprese Salad, salad, Spaghetti and Meatballs and cannelloni
... in a back alley, placed our ‘order’ and exchanged a few coins for a bag of steaming croissants, still hot from the oven. On our way back to the hostel we came across a large building, of which two sides had been almost completely covered in fake American dollar bills, stuck on with some sort of glue. Climbing a rather bendy lamp-post and standing precariously propped between it and the wall, I was able to reach and retrieve one of the lower remaining notes, 3 a few metres off the ...
... 8217;s house or restaurant and paying off the parking guys so they don’t break into my car. And I REALLY miss Target and Mexican restaurants! But I’ve learned a lot and have done more on my own that I didn’t think I could do because I’ve always had someone to do it for me like putting together my patio furniture and grill, figuring out what to do when I had car trouble (even though I still had to call Dad crying!) or when I ...
... the channels we went through was 100m long, had no lights (we used candles) and was about 50cm wide at most parts. My heart was pounding, but I was fascinated by it all. We eventually came out into ancient roman cisterns that were still running. The cisterns were beautiful, but it was such a large and dark cavern that my flash did nothing and I couldn’t really take pictures. We surfaced underneath an old church in an area that nuns had used as a ...
... as I remember it from years ago and Steve was not impressed. We caught the Metro to the museum and enjoyed looking at the mosaics and other artifacts that were there from Pompei and other areas. Some of them were just like paintings they were so intricately done. On re-entering the Metro Steve was jousled at the ticket barrier and then felt a hand going into his pocket for his mobile phone. I’m sorry to say that was enough for us and we are happy not to ...