Grand Hotel Cocumella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... finally get the bill (after 2 shots of limoncello) which was not cheap, but there was no doubt that we had filled ourselves (and spent over 2 hours inside). We walked home feeling painfully full, and ran into the French Canadians hanging out with 4 good looking French boys in the social area. I joined them for a little while, sipping on vodka and OJ, but soon retired to bed, struggling with the language barrier at the table which only the girls and one of the boys attempted to ...
... look like they are only walking streets, they are so narrow and all in cobblestones. But of course they aren't. We had to be careful of bikes & cars. That of course was as well as pickpockets. One can get quite paranoid about it, but I guess that is a good thing. We weren't wearing watches or jewellery & our money was in the pouches around our necks. But we had no problems at all. Well not with that anyway. We did come across the church that we were looking for but ...
... gauze in the funnel. With the water and the other half of the sugar, a water and sugar syrup will be prepared, by melting the sugar in lukewarm water on a low heat. Mix together and put in dark glass bottles Store the bottle in a dark, cool spot for at least another 40 days note: (italians won't consume typically until Christmas but some say consume after at least one year). Units of measurement (unless stated otherwise) 1 cup = 8 ounces = ...
... roads had the unmistakable ruts from a thousand ancient Roman chariots that passed through it.
There were even speed bumps along the roads. It was amazing to think that they already had speed limits back in the days of the Roman chariot... the mere thought of it brought a sense of kinship and tangibility to the surroundings, and if you listened closely, you could almost hear the rattling of the wheels, and the bustling of people and horses ...
... I got to skype with him today, and it worked! I got to see my friend Billy too! Hey Billy! I know you are probably reading this and Keith isn't, maybe I should give him a little more credit.
Well, I am heading out to read my book. I have posted some pics from today.
I will have to say - this has been a pretty good father's day. The sweetness of doing nothing! If anyone knows me well, it is kind of hard for me to do nothing!