Torre Di Palme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... or floated away
Third - blow it up with dynamite, 90 million cubic meters came down, bugger, it still did it's on thing
Mt Etna is at least 600,000 years old & they have the Maltese fault line run through here with the Eurasian & African plates.
Saw some funny white puff thing growing on the pine trees apparently it's a cocoon, a caterpillar made it & is slowly killing the tree. Went through ...
... with amazing views of both the sea and Mt Etna, then through town to the Messina gate (facing the town), went to the post office, had 3 different types of "Arancini" - rice balls, walked more then stopped for a couple of drinks, back to our meeting place & transferred to our bus then onto our hotel.
Checked in, did some hand washing then went exploring, has a beach, a bit like you see on ...
More borrowed words--again from poet David Whyte--on this day that I leave Loreto . . .
reflecting feelings arising out of my Loreto sea of memories, and reflecting memories older than Loreto life, memories that are roots of the book I have been working on here.
"JOY’ From CONSOLATIONS: The Solace, Nourishment and Underlying Meaning of Everyday Words. © David Whyte 2015
"JOY is a meeting place, of deep intentionality and ...
... to his family back home in Italy. Alfio still has the original. Also, amongst Alfio's archives, Lisa spotted a picture of Grandpa and Grandma Michetti at the christening of one of their children. Sorry for the lengthy entry, but this was really a day full of memories. As I write this, we are starting our second full day in Florence. The story of getting here is one that I will save for dinner parties. Now we relax. Very few ...
... we see those. But nothing is flat. As we drive, wave after wave of hills go by. Some with small ancient villages perched on the peak and rows of olive trees cascading down the side. Alba Adriatica, you ask? It is a small resort town on the coast of the Abruzzo region in central Italy. Really laid back. Where the Italians take their families for a weekend. We come here to fulfill the more specific dream of Lisa-- to visit the town of Corropoli where ...