Family Spa Hotel Le Canne
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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"... the whole universe conspires to help you." ~ Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist I love Italy. When I was in college, I spent 5 weeks studying abroad in Rome, Italy. I took 2 classes, Theology and Italian, and travelled through much of Italy and fell in love with the country, the food and culture, and the people. I had imagined living here one day and wished for that when I made my wish at the Trevi Fountain. It seems that the ...
... this, they decided they needed a second church so they built it as another floor, resting on the older church but also on the hill. This building was Romanesque. It was decorated by three known and named artists, one of whom was Giotto. I know that Giotto's contribution to art with the introduction of the third dimension, and many of the frescoes are rich creations, beautifully created and crafted, but I was held by the work of a much less well known artist, Giotto's ...
... the coast is just the most breath taking experience. Many houses built on the very edge of cliffs or even into the cliff face. You become trigger happy with the camera and although we took some great photos unfortunately, they will never capture the actual beauty. Our first stop was at the village of Amalfi where we wandered around, had another 'disgusting' coffee and bought a couple of nic nacs. This is a holiday town so everyone was relaxed but lots of tourists also. ...
... down into the lower narrow streets, which adds immensely to the relaxing atmosphere!
We then headed for the beach, starting first at the busy main beach and gradually found our way to a less busy beach.
Amazingly the beach access was through a winding shady pathway which was reminiscent of the headland at Noosa!
We enjoyed a couple of restful hours there in the shade of ...
... something small and black move out of the corner of my eye. I turned around to see a cat stalking up behind us. He got as near as 2 steps above us and then made camp. Its funny how you cats act when they are around food. Instead of acting as a dog would and begging and jumping up and generally just being annoying they just sit there and look as if they haven't even noticed the open tin of tuna in your hand or the piece of ham ...