Monthly Archives: May 2011

Notes from Prague to Greece

Yep, we’re here, Naxos Island Greece. Arrived at 0:30 (that’s a.m.!) from Prague. Veging today. As soon as I finish this blog, I’m gunna hop in that swimming pool. It’s almost right outside our room. But 1st the journey. We … Continue reading

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Notes from Prague

Yes, we made it! Even though we were illegally on several trains (despite repeated attempts to make it legal, but no-one was interested. We discovered later why none of the Italians could help us.) we quietly slipped into Prague. We … Continue reading

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Notes from Venice

We’re in Venice!!! Can you get much more of a Venetian image than that above? I bet you’ve heard all those stories about how expensive it is to go on a gondola in Venice? Well they are true! About $120 … Continue reading

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Notes from Florence & Ravenna

Cheryl is in Seventh Heaven. She has visited Florence and Ravenna. So, a report on both. The photo above is the 1st Mosaic we encountered in Ravenna. It’s a ‘Where’s Wally?’ kind of photo. (And I’m NOT the Wally!) Florence: … Continue reading

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Notes from Bellagio to Cinque Terre

A lot to relate in this blog. An old writing adage says don’t use 10 words if you can use 3. In Italy it is don’t use 10 words if you can use 300. I’ll try and split the difference. … Continue reading

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Notes from Bellagio

Saturday 14/5: The photo above is taken from the roof terrace of our hotel. Fantastic views from up there and we’ve had it to ourselves for most of the afternoon. The photo below is taken from street level looking up. … Continue reading

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Notes from Paris to Bellagio

That’s Bellagio above. Our hotel is the building immediately on the right of the boat that’s on the right – make sense? She’s gone and done it. Not one pair of shoes but TWO! Bloody Paris. At least we are … Continue reading

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