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... br> We still have three more nights but its been a fabulous time. Busy, but with plenty of opportunity to relax too. The food has been great ( too great!!), most of the staff have been pleasant and helpful and we've seen a couple of shows that have had us in stitches. We have watched movies at midnight on loungers beside the pool, with the temperature still at 25 degrees and Kevin has clowned around at the hydro slide.....we have thoroughly enjoyed ...
... by the Romans in the third century , this previous city was buried and over time the present city constructed above. It was only discovered in 1938 , but it was only possible to excavate about on third due to stability issues. Today they hold concerts here.
Another local tradition is paper mache, it is cheaper to make and lighter to carry , so very popular for the religious icons and statues used in ceremony , but has developed ...
... huge mosaic floor featuring the tree of life , commissioned by an extraordinary monk, Pantaleone , who embraced all religions and cultures and depicted them here. We then walked up to the top of the castle walls to get a view of the ocean , sparkling turquoise filled with pleasure craft , trimmed by a belt of blue and white striped beach umbrellas , stretching out to Albania. By this time we were all melting so made ...
... one and Cavatelli. They were much easier that the ones we made in the morning! We cooked the rabbit just like we had cooked the chicken for lunch; browned it in some olive oil then added wine for it to simmer in. We ate the different pastas with tomato sauce, and had more fresh vegetables. We also had burrata, the mozzarella with cream inside. For dessert we made an Almond biscotti It was ...
... and talked about politics and the health care system. It was quite an interesting conversation! We sailed to the southern most tip, to a town called Leuca, where the Adriatic and Ionian Sea meet.
Tom also found another nice dinner in beach town called Torre Dell 'Orso about 3 minutes away from Lecce. It was more of a show, as you can see in the video. We had a great seafood dinner.
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