Dakar Living Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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We decided that today would be a great day to take a break from touring and play a round of golf. The weather in Ancona area was beautiful and sunny. The front desk at our hotel booked a tee time for 10:40 at the nearby Golf Club Canero only 20 minutes from our hotel. The golf course is nestled in a valley with views of many hilltop towns nearby. The course itself was in need of some TLC. The greens were slow and the fairway grass long but in the end none of it mattered ...
... others paced the road. They had on various states of dress. All very interesting. Our final destination is a delightful camp ground on the beach. The temperatures have dropped as have the prices of the campgrounds. From 30 to 40 Euros a night to 16! Good for us. The campgrounds are emptying out as the Italians go back to work and they tourists start to head back home. We might have it all to ourselves soon. Yeah ...
Hello Everyone. Today we had to pack up and leave our gorgeous apartment in the Amalfi Coast. We decided to visit Positano and the ceramics shop which has made all the gorgeous tiles and pottery in this apartment. The shop is amazing and has been in the same family for 4 genertions. They custom make anything you want and we saw these amazing ceramic dining room tables. each one a work of art with your family name on them. We spent some time having a picnic on the ...
And then a visit to Gugilonesi to share a night with Bea and Gert and John and Lyn.What a wonderful guitarist Gert is! Bea can sing well too ...... we just kept the beat and hummed!
'OK', the newly learned card game, is almost to the 'point counting' stage!
... G&T in a square.
For dinner we had basil pesto pasta for dinner, followed by beans and carrots in vinegar and a dried meat with parmesan cheese. I can't remember what it was called, but it tasted a bit like corned beef but really thin.
There was a big match on the TV last night. One of the local Torino teams vs a Rome team for the Italy football cup. We settled down to cheer their team to victory.
Two of Alex's friends have offered to let me stay the ...