Village Club Ortano Mare
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... a swimming pool that seemed to beckon us to take in sweeping, panoramic views of the bay. We spent most of our time exploring the central part of the island and also chilling out on the many beaches. Given it was late Sep, most days were a mixture of blue skies and puffy white clouds with temperatures in the 70s. It did rain for a few hours one day but the sun quickly came out after. Elba was part of ...
... up for dinner. Prior to dinner, one of the leaders Howard gave a great explanation of the history of an olive oil orchard and their emphasis on quality. He brought 3 bottles for us to sample with our dinner. Very unique tastes that I would never think were olive oil - very flavorful and smooth. Dinner was unbelievable...there was again several antipasto dishes including breads, vegetables ...
... possible. I have to say, the journey was actually OK, and I think I avoided most of the traffic. My stop for that night was a stop on the beach, in a place called Latina, so it meant I could have a little nap in the sunshine on the beach and work on the tan, and generally chill in the peace and quiet after the hustle and bustle of Pompeii. I did just that. I found a quiet beach, with crystal clear waters and slept, swam and generally chilled.
When I got to ...
... as NZ!) and yachts but prices are reasonable. 500ml cold water at the supermarket is only 50 cents (cheaper to buy bigger and not cold, but it's the cold one that's needed). House wine; red, white or sometimes rose is €7.50 / 500 mls and €12/ litre at a restaurant (watch for cover charge (coperto), often an extra €2.50), the 1 litre UHT type containers of it at the supermarket like Brittany and I bought in Sicily are about €1.50 ...
... drove up, around and through, stopping at Porto Ercole to wander along the harbour and onto the sea wall. This is the town where Carravaggio died in 1610.
Up the coast to Follonica, a popular seaside town. Chose a hotel right on the waterfront with sea views, then joined the locals and tourists in their evening prommenade. Enjoyed a scrumptious pizza, fortunately in ...