Bed & Breakfast Le Sorgenti
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We have decided to descend to the east and head north through the foothill of the Sibillini mountains to the town of Amandola. On our way across the Piano Grande in sparkling sunshine, we are pursued for a couple of hundred metres, very fast, by a slavering, snarling Maremma. These are the big Italian dogs who live with flocks of sheep to guard them. They look like very solidly built golden retrievers, but twice as big. The climb to the Forca ...
... town. The bus meandered on up the hill, (the roads are not designed for buses let alone two lane traffic), the houses are perched beside the road with a balcony that barely allows a car through & to quote our guide "driving is exciting but parking is better", they park anywhere, then the bus has to squeeze through, if you see a car parked with hazard lights going it means "I won't be long", this might be correct outside a coffee ...
... 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 ...
... fear, the dropping away of the anxious worried self felt like a thankful death itself, a disappearance, a giving away, overheard in the laughter of friendship, the vulnerability of happiness felt suddenly as a strength, a solace and a source, the claiming of our place in the living conversation, the sheer privilege of being in the presence of the ocean, the sky or a well loved familiar face - I was here and you were here and together we made a world."
... eight, he's fifty-eight. He talks of the social injustices he will right when he becomes Prime Minister. He's an environmentalist and works hard to think of ways to save energy. Jack loves new challenges and puts learning above all else. He has mastered gin-rummy and hearts and is learning to celebrate less when he wins, and suck less when he loses. Jack will surely be a diplomat on his way to being Prime Minister.
So, you may be ...