Golf Hotel Punta Ala
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... arrive with solid rain and cold. Not to be deterred straight into town to stock up with supplies and check things out - what are raincoats for if not to keep the rain off. We decided to roast a chook that night as all the seafood places are closed - well it was a roadrunner - it reminded me of those yellow rubber chooks used for jokes. Inedible!
Awoke the following morning to a glorious day which we spent walking around the Port enjoying ...
... any food, no milk for coffee (this is the real disaster!) and no dinner. What to do you ask? Well when you are traveling abroad you have to plan ahead for these little problems. I didn't. So what to do, well if you go on the autostrassa (big highways) then the service stations are open. I am observant. Off we go and find one that is open and grab some spaghetti and sauce, bread and milk. Good to go now (as long as there is coffee!).
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... small kingdom that awaited him and his telescope focused on a vast vineyard. The general set forth in a lifeboat and reached the vineyard where he tasted a sweet, ruby red wine that immediately cheered him up. He had discovered the Aleatico wine that would become his favorite local libation.
Pulling into the protected harbor in Portoferraio, I realized this was going to be a special place. ...
Today starts another Women's Quest retreat. Arriving a day earlier was really nice as Tamara, Hollis and I were able to share some wonderful time having coffee, swimming, sitting by the pool and walking the gardens prior to our fellow questers arriving. Then we had a wonderful antipasto with at least 7 different dishes to try (so much food); a wonderful pasta dish and then a dessert that melted ...
... easy as it seems! Most places are 24hr self-service places, which require a bank card. A lot of them also don’t accept my card. I spent the morning trying place after place. I got to one place, which were just 2 pumps on the side of the road. I put my card in the machine, but it didn’t take it in like a normal working machine was. I stood there and scratched my head, and some kindly Italian lady pulled up to tell me that it was a closed petrol station! ...