Cancelli Rossi Hotel
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Well, the vacation has ended. Howard will not turn our bed down at night, lamb will not be in the menu every evening, and we will need to start making decisions again :) we docked early in the morning but were only scheduled for a bus transfer to the airport at 9:30am. So one more outstanding breakfast, and we were back at the busy Rome airport. We had booked a room at the airport for our flight on Sunday home, and by noon we were checked in and current on email.
Not wanting to ...
... cuisine, buffet style, but with a difference – only one helping was allowed on two optional plate sizes, small at 5 Euro and large at 8 Euro. I opted for the biggie and noticed the manager watching from the corner of his eye as I stacked my plate a few inches high. Fair is fair boy, these are your rules, but as a result, my first Sicilian meal was a cacophony of tastes with random portions of spicy legumes and vegetable stir fries and coloured curries occupying my cutlery on ...
... there is this comforting warmth throughout the town.
Senora Maria made us feel so at home. The students in my group could only understand her through her hand gestures and a few select words... when we arrived at the old monastery, our hotel... She begged us to come inside to get "warm". I have met several Italians with that same kind of gentleness and hospitality. I wish I saw more of this in the states.
... goes a long way because it is still in the hands of the Aldobrandini family today, over 400 years later.
We also drove through:
- Ariccia - famed for its porchetta. The non-food attraction in Ariccia is the 1600s Baroque Palazzo Chigi, which has remained unchanged, down to the furnishings. It was designed for Pope Alexander VII. Some of the scenes of the film "The Leopard” [starring Burt Lancaster] were filmed here. ...
... conditions have been quite "interesting" !! Under and over taking is allowed, most of the cars have bangs and scrapes on them, and some of the roads around Positano were so narrow with parked cars it was nearly impossible to drive along, never mind about it being a two way road ! Anyway our lovely ford C-max made it back in one piece and we are currently sat at Gate H18 at Rome airport, the same location that we flew from when we came last to Rome with the ...