Casa Religiosa di Ospitalita "Oasi Madre Della Pace"
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... parents to Da Franco’s- a favorite pizza place of the students in my program. It also happened to be Mardi Gras, so we watched from the town square as children dressed up like it was Halloween and had quite the celebration, throwing confetti and spraying silly string every which way. We finished this evening at Ristorante Tasso with Tsu as our guest of honor- it was of course delicious.
All prepared to go ...
... while sipping a second cappuccino. Life is just ridicuously good sometimes, isn't it? I mentioned that I managed to not miss Benjamin for possibly a full hour and Ashley said, "Oh really? I haven't gone 30 seconds yet."
We headed back to our hotel to pick out a spot for dinner. We found a place nearby that sounded pretty decent. With our minds drifting in and out of consciousness, we didn't particularly care where we ate. As we mulled over ...
... the right place and for her to let me in. I was, but she had forgotten to repost the address after it had fallen off (I don't know how many years ago!)
The apartment was private, had air conditioning, a comfortable single bed and a table/desk with some wifi connection once in a while. The fridge was in the bathroom with breakfast supplies--so all the basics needed were there--and even a full length mirror--only the second place in my entire trip that has had one.
... the beach was made of rocks, not sand. We also wet our feet in the water.
The next day we went to the town of Sorrento and had a look around town. In the afternoon we went to a beach called Marina Di Puolo and this beach had sand, and the rocks were in the water.
On Tuesday we had a pizza day with Lucia and some Australians from Bundoora. One of them was a man named David. He used to be my Uncle's old boss. We ...
... and dipped our feet in the Tyrrhenian Sea which feeds into the Mediterranean Sea. Meandered narrow alleys of lace, ceramic and limoncello shops. Even tasted a Rum Baba'!
Ended our evening with a true, late Italian 5-course meal. Black olives in the chicken entree and Italian wine completed our meal.
We are exhausted and need our sleep tonight. We are off to Capri ...
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