Circeo Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from San Felice Circeo
... came and gave me a ride to the train station, which was much appreciated after an intense thunderstorm had just travelled through town. And despite my slight anxiety about the arrangements, the train to Rome and then night train to Lecce all went off without a hitch. It was a bit sticky on the train to Roma but for a euro there are nice bathrooms with showers in the train station to clean up, an ...
... treno, looking for a cell provider, asking directions etc... all great opportunities to get my Italian R's rolling! At the moment our Swiss Air flight has been delayed slightly so I think I will have to break down and buy a 7 Franc (about 10 dollars!) latte at, you guessed it.. Starbucks. How is that possible when a couple of hours from now I will be able to get a cappuccino AND a cornetto con ciocolatto per 2 euro! Pazzo. Several hours later - It was ...
... 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)
... and you encounter a pothole the size of a manhole cover it means you have to take rapid evasive action,"
Paul insists the Roman roads have had little or no maintenance since the fall of the empire in the fifth century.
Perhaps the fears over potholes and dodgy roads go some way to explain Paul's pants crisis.
He is "officially" down to his last pair of underpants. Has he never heard of Dreft?
This is quite a troubling development ...