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  • About The Author WesleyWesley is age 11 soon to be 12. He is going into grade 7 at Eagle Mountain Middle. Some of his hobbies are cooking, trail running and reading. His current activities are soccer for Port Moody and Water Polo Posted by carsonfamily5 in More Adventures with the Carson Family | Aug 17, 2017
  • teste Lorem Ipsum est simplement du faux texte employé dans la composition et la mise en page avant impression. Le Lorem Ipsum est le faux texte standard de l'imprimerie depuis les années 1500, quand un peintre anonyme assembla ensemble des Posted by sbergot in Simon's sees | Aug 16, 2017
  • Medical UpdateAs you know, this summer has been our family's tour of Europe, Chesirae's graduation present, and a chance for the three of us to be together before Chesirae takes wing on her own. But medically speaking the last two months Posted by randjb in Retirement Road | Aug 14, 2017
  • 2016 - The Italian Trip (Part 2 - Venice)Tuesday 20 September The train from Bologna to Venice was on time and we were met by Anna, who took us on a very circuitous route to the apartment. The apartment was nicely Posted by nzhamsta in Glynn's travel blog | Sep 22, 2016
  • Cinque TerreThe drawback to staying in a non-tourist town, in this case Nimes, is that getting a train to our next destination was not so straight forward. Each time we've traveled between the Airbnbs we've stayed in seems to exhaust the Posted by randjb in Retirement Road | Aug 10, 2017
  • Bongiorno Milan!Today we see the last of France. In fact, there's only time to enjoy our last pain au chocolats for breakfast (probably a good thing weight-wise) before we head to Nice Ville station. We catch the same SNCF train as yesterday Posted by jbushie in SOLD! Architect-designed masterpiece with European finishes. (Very gaudi...) | May 17, 2012
  • "I've Been Working"Poor old Cornigulia. She sits up on the crest of a headland, unlike the remaining four Cinque Terre villages that nestle in the gullies. The track in from the south is closed, the one from the north is a testing Posted by jbushie in Greenery, Greatness, Greece & Granitas! | Jul 22, 2015
  • "That's EnTRAINment"We journeyed beyond the Cinque Terre yesterday, so today we stick within its boundaries and catch the train to Riomaggiore, the most southerly and smallest village. The train is full, as is Riomaggiore's one and only real street. Posted by jbushie in Greenery, Greatness, Greece & Granitas! | Jul 21, 2015
  • "Once A Day"Today's plan is to visit Portovenere. It is a small port town south of the Cinque Terre and not accessible by train, ruling out those unwilling to pay for the €26 return boat trip. It is a hot and humid Posted by jbushie in Greenery, Greatness, Greece & Granitas! | Jul 20, 2015
  • "And It Stoned Me" - Again...It's another hot, sunny day. We head for the beach and hire banana lounges for the day... €22 for two under an umbrella on a 'private' part of the beach. It is a totally foreign concept for an Australian! However, Posted by jbushie in Greenery, Greatness, Greece & Granitas! | Jul 19, 2015
  • "Warm Love"The Weather Channel is showing mid to high 30's for the week. The cicadas are singing loudly. The crazy paving is so hot that even the skinks are avoiding running across it, choosing the grouting instead. The people on the Posted by jbushie in Greenery, Greatness, Greece & Granitas! | Jul 18, 2015
  • "Burning Ground"We meet Monica this morning. She runs the small B&B in Rome where we have slept well. It runs as a part-time job for her, a young mother. So part-time in fact that the three room establishment is unattended most Posted by jbushie in Greenery, Greatness, Greece & Granitas! | Jul 17, 2015
  • Just passing throughToday is a day of transfers. We farewell Joseph and the crew of Panorama II, taxi to Athens airport, sit for four hours, fly for nearly two and then bus into Rome's Termini station and collapse around the corner at our Posted by jbushie in Greenery, Greatness, Greece & Granitas! | Jul 16, 2015
  • Milan, the fashion capital of ItaliaWhere did we stay? [[http://www.ibis.com/gb/hotel-1135-ibis-milano-ca-granda/index.shtml|Ibis Ca'Granda]] ==Duomo di Milan== At the heart of Milan, is it's beautiful cathedral. The square and area surrounding the cathedral is thought to hav Posted by Anja Fourie in Exploradoranja | Apr 13, 2015
  • Back to the lakes After a few days by the sea it was time to head North toward Lago Maggiore and the Swiss border. I had stayed at Lake Maggiore when I was a kid and it was something I remembered as a Posted by AdventureRiders in Spanners On Tour | Jan 27, 2015
  • Looking for Anna's As a kid I had been to a small campsite outside Alassio with my sister and parents. On our first trip to Italy in our 1979 VW dub autocamper (with westfalia roof) we stopped here and I spent most Posted by AdventureRiders in Spanners On Tour | Jul 29, 2014
  • Through Pesto country I didn't get up early, and I wasn't hungry, maybe because of the big Fernets the night before. It had been raining so I stayed in bed for a bit longer and didn't check out until about 10 am. Posted by AdventureRiders in Spanners On Tour | Jul 28, 2014
  • Costal cruise After having found the Leaning Tower of Pisa, seen it and had a cold drink, I was now ready to cruise along the coast and see what I could find. I didn't really have much of a plan, I Posted by AdventureRiders in Spanners On Tour | Jul 27, 2014
  • Architectural blunders and sunshine Good morning and happy birthday! I had made it to the coast and was about 50 kilometers North of Pisa. It had been my goal to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa on my birthday, after that I would Posted by AdventureRiders in Spanners On Tour | Jul 27, 2014
  • Into the hills After a world class panini it was off towards Modena and then south towards Pisa. Easy! A couple of hours of afternoon driving I was thinking, then some vino by the beach in the evening. It was still sunny Posted by AdventureRiders in Spanners On Tour | Jul 26, 2014
  • Ham sandwich! As I was heading South East towards Bergamo and Brescia I wanted to avoid Milano and Verona and head South towards Parma. That made me hungry. But with a midday siesta on a Sunday options were limited and I Posted by AdventureRiders in Spanners On Tour | Jul 26, 2014
  • Morning expresso at Lago Di Como I had hoped to spend a night on the shores of Lago Di Como, but as I kept getting lost the day before I didn't make it but stayed at a hotel in Ca' Spinedi, some 45 kilometers Posted by AdventureRiders in Spanners On Tour | Jul 26, 2014
  • Lost, again! Totally confusing town. Lots of signs heading into town. lots of exit roads on both sides of the river, but no bloody sign. As soon as I got to the centre of town the signs would disappear. I Posted by AdventureRiders in Spanners On Tour | Jul 25, 2014
  • Best driving experience?So I have to admit that I included the Stelvio Pass on this trip after seeing the guys from Top Gear driving it, and although they did it in super cars I knew it would be a good drive on Posted by AdventureRiders in Spanners On Tour | Jul 25, 2014
  • 2/3 August 2017 The last day of packing up is always a stress but with both of us needing to work right up to the end and Geoff just getting back from Miami, it was more hectic than usual. Wednesday after school we Posted by rcb in Europe 2017 | Aug 4, 2017
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