Riserva Privata San Settimio
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Well the ferry over was easy, even if getting on the boat was a chore.
there will be pics, I think I got sunrise over the Adriatic, as we arrived in Ancona at 7am. Got off the boat to be met by rain, and Italian roads don't like rain, very greasy.
Still headed out towards Rome, which meant going over the mountains, so if the weather dried up I was going to have more fun.
... finally managed to catch a maxi cab to the apartment. We unpacked everything and Jo quickly got Ray to bed. By this stage, Dianne was also feeling unwell again, but as she had a hair appointment in the afternoon, so she was determined she would tough it out. Lets face it, you can be crook as a dog, but you certainly can't look like you are!
We all left Ray to it, and I am sure he would have been glad. We went down town to try and get something ...
This week we met up again with our British friends that we have been seeing in different countries. We rented a little house for an amazing in the small town of Mogliano and relaxed for a couple days. One of our friends' family has a beautiful house in Mogliano that we were fortunate enough to stay in ...
Checked out of the hostel and caught a train to Ancona to catch a ferry to Split. Tried to walk from the train station to the ferries but got confused as to where we should be going. Did a few loops and then found out we needed to catch a bus to go and check in and then come back to the ferry. Took quite a lot of mucking around ...
... to the few tourist sights there are.....not much to wow us, not sure why they included this stop.
Back to the ship early to enjoy our last night at sea. I have included a photo of our dinner party. Debbie & Ian (in front) live in Yorkshire, he is obsessed with pizza! Talks about it constantly, they are loud, hard to understand and talk over everyone else! Christine ...