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- Swimming pool
- Kids pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... near Monteciccardo, in the region of Le Marche, was not straightforward as we lost the campsite signs at one point (it was 20 feet up a pole completely separate from the other brown signs advertising tourist information) but we got there eventually after much huffing and puffing. It is a rustic site, laid out on terraces created on a former farm, on a hillside in a rural landscape, with accommodation comprising pitches, chalets, and safari tents, with communal ...
... more distasteful I found them. When we were permitted to have a broader look around, we were very quickly approached by energetic salespeople offering us very good advice on what to buy and to demonstrated just how beautiful the objects were. I loved some pieces that were $3000+ but not so much as to want to buy them and try to get them home. They offered to ship them to my home at no extra cost. Still, I wasn't so sold on them that this pressure was going to work. I did buy ...
... We wandered through the small canals and back laneways of Venice for a couple of hours, just enjoying exploring! We did some shopping on the way home and then grabbed some food from a deli for a late lunch and headed home to eat and rest for a bit. We found a restaurant nearby our hotel later and had spaghetti and meatballs for dinner. We then spent some time walking around, getting some great photos of Venice by ...
... for a well deserved beer (yes, DCD had one too!).
Oh another note: purchase some Panadol anywhere but here. I paid $9.50 or so for 10 tablets!
I’m writing this blog on Word as I go – today is Thursday (we arrived yesterday afternoon). DCD is having a nap.
Yesterday (Friday) – lots of walking, as I got up late after going walk-about while DCD was in bed. I found a great wine bar literally around ...
... explained what distinguishes Vivaldi from other composers such as Bach. The small orchestra -- 4 violinists, one pianist, a bass player, a viola player, and a cellist -- performed Vivaldi's Four Seasons with such passion and fervor that the small audience of 100 exploded in admiration at the final flourish. They played two other works, and two short encores. Fantastic!
Honey gelato, a glass of wine, and this blog. Day two comes to an end.