Circeo Park Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Felice Circeo
... awesome pier and decided we wanted to go walk out and jump off of it. Now, before you freak out, all the locals were doing it. Since "everyone was doing it," we figured it was perfectly okay. But really, when we walked out there the water was clear and looked plenty deep so we said, "Hey, no Ragrets. Not even one letter." Then we asked a guy to take our picture and we jumped in. It was actually alot saltier than the water we were swimming in before so it seriously ...
... explore, and although we did not want to pay the exorbitant price asked to reserve a small piece of beach front, umbrella and two deck chairs, we did make sure we dipped our toes in the (warm) sea.
As a bonus we found a small park in which to enjoy lunch in the shade. (H)
... still has another week to go.
Today's run saw a halt to shelter from the rain, crammed into a convivial roadside cafe with other bikers who cheered him off as he puttered back out on to the corsia doppia.
Paul was perplexed by the number of scantily-clad women by the road side today. He eventually twigged that they were professional ladies.
His navigating wasn't helped by more Sat Nav issues. "I named my Sat Nav Lucille," said Paul, ...
... small town of Roccasecca up on a mountain - where we think our ninth great grandfather, Nicola Caradonna, was born around 1610. When the original Priverno was abandoned due to flooding in the valley (according to them, if I understood correctly), the population dispersed up onto the mountains and founded new towns. Roccosecca is one. Antonio drove us to their house just a couple minutes away. They live in the house ...
... corner. Bruno was telling the man we were American and I was the one who wrote the letters looking for relatives. We had a short conversation and then we were whisked off to the countryside. Enzy and Rosy's house is on a beautiful piece of land just outside of the city limits of Priverno. The driveway is expansive and made of pavers. Their house is large and very pretty. They told us about their two kids, a boy and a girl. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking