Club Valtur Capo Rizzuto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... With my blogging, I had drained my ipad almost totally, and Milena was having trouble with her shore power... So I was using my battery backups to charge my ipad. I am still only at 57%, but that is totally better than 3%. In the latter part of the afternoon Marina asked if I wanted to explore and go shopping..... of course. Yesterday, I did not find anything about this grotty little town that I liked. It is so dirty, and has trash everywhere... And ...
... We are definitely snuggled in for the day and night, with plenty of power and water. Lunch on deck seemed extra special being cradled in, while the weather was playing sporadic havoc along the coast South of us. Milena became a "must see" for all the sailers in the area. Walking back and forth, from bow to stern, "oooooooing and ahhhhhhing" was a little disturbing as we are trying to eat lunch..... Oh well. Millie always becomes the talk of any harbor she is in. The latter ...
... up again at the end of his Athens charter..... The are more stories of his havoc aboard, But this is all I know... Anyhow, we are still on our way to Crotone, and the piece of land we spotted that was five miles away is almost out of sight to our stern. Below I went again, until just before 7:00p.m., we were entering Crotone harbor. Marina was now on the phone trying to get a hold of the harbor master... But he was not answering.... So we anchored just outside the ...
... hotel while I went to the Coliseum. The stories of gladiators learning for a year in Gladiator school across from the Coliseum and how they would wash the blood off from their battles with other gladiators or up to 22 lions at each event brought over from Africa. They were taken through a different gate if they died in battle. If they were successful in 10 events they gained their freedom. The Coliseum was used also for water races as the ...
Our next stop was Florence. We had a tour by a local guide who took us to many monuments, churches, statues and squares. We also went straight into view the statue of David. The que for people trying to get tickets was long. In our free time we shopped at the Gold Corner and the leather shop Perucci. Don got a replacement wallet and I bought a lovely bracelet. The rest of the afternoon we wiled away the time having ...