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Travel Blogs from Mandatoriccio
... that the poor old lad had problems with "polyps" and a chest infection. The medication provided by Avola Ospedale, unfortunately, had no affect whatsoever.
Signor has never been averse to sailing close to the wind. He decided he had had enough. "On your head be it" said Signora! But, Signor, with his usual creative skill, forged a British prescription for the medication he had had before (a particular steroid) and presented it to the local ...
... hotel. With a map and instructions we finally got to the hotel after about an hour. It might have been longer (or never) except that our second guardian angel on a motor scooter guided us in. It seems he earns his living getting perplexed tourists into their hotels. I gave him €10 and worth it all. The hotel Locanda Di San Martino is in an old Sassi and is indescribable. The photos can not do justice to the rooms and the winding passage ways. The whole place is ...
... waiting for-EVER for me in our home on Ithaca.
-----Hmm, I thought. Maybe I should visit the Greek island of Ithaca, after finishing my travels?
-----Penelope reminded me that after Homer's hero returned home, his dog Argos saw him and died. Oh, dear. I hoped Tucker the Corgy Dog wasn't going to die when I returned home to Michigan!
-----Of course, I still wasn't sure where I'd live after finishing my travels. I still hadn't forgiven ...
... We returned to the shores of Lago Trasimeno (which we
visited briefly the day before) for lunch before hopping on the little
ferry across to Isolo Maggiore. It's a small island, about 1km in length
that was lovely and peaceful to walk around. Of course the trip
wouldn't have been complete without looking in the church and getting
our daily gelatti. I've tried ...
... which one of the men brought from a bakery 200 kilometers (about 125 miles) away. It was awesome. Then there was bread served with cheese, pancetta, and sopressata, and champagne (which I don't care for but I eat what is put in front of me and I drink what I'm handed). Then there was pasta with garlic and olive oil. Lastly, there was another dessert. And of course when we got home my ...