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We had a chilled weekend and this evening we went for a walk down on the local beach and took some more photos back up to the village in which we are staying. Years ago it was a major venue for mass bridge tournaments so it is called the "Villagio Dei Bridge" - but now it has a few full time residents, but most of the apartments are either holiday homes or no longer used. You will see in the photos ...
... As you can see from the map we are on the edge of a national park, so the scenery around us is fantastic, and not what we expected. We headed North, on what can only be described as a "James Bond" type road - lots of wiggles, tunnels, and the obligatory Italian driver overtaking at every opportunity. We visited a small mountain village called Roccagloriosa for a bite of lunch, and then headed on to a little port called ...
we travelled to San Giovanni and on arrival had some difficulty finding the hotel but after about 20 minutes and help from a local "Mama" we did, We had to bang in the door and the home tel and restaurant looked pretty closed. We were shown to our room which was fine and had a large balcony with partial sea view. The man who checked us in did not speak or understand a word of English and, ...
... little disappointed that very few trains we have used haven't had first class carriages as that has meant that I have paid for a first class pass when I possibly could have bought a second class ticket and saved myself some money? Never mind, it's all an adventure! My book on Yootha Joyce was also disappointing me, as the author has obviously tried to research her but a very private person has meant a book with a lot of surmised information. I am over ...
... perched on the hillsides. Very charming. The hotel did not disappoint either. I have a tiny room with a single bed, no air conditioning, no tv, no phone, just a fan and an open window with a screen and the sound of the surf relaxing me more deeply as I listen. The patio has a view of the sea and is so nice! I met my neighbor....from Israel. I've also met folks from Mexico, Brazil, Canada, Italy, Belgium, and the United ...