Golf Hotel Punta Ala
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... is alive. One of the other neat things we see are caves dug out of the rock on the roadway leading up to the village. These caves are used to store stuff or are workspaces for mechanics, wood workers and even serve as a store for local wines. These people are very ingenious when it comes to their space utilization. The sun is starting to set and the old stone just glows.
We head back to our place and pack up for tomorrow. Our next destination is Rome again. ...
... a swimming pool that seemed to beckon us to take in sweeping, panoramic views of the bay. We spent most of our time exploring the central part of the island and also chilling out on the many beaches. Given it was late Sep, most days were a mixture of blue skies and puffy white clouds with temperatures in the 70s. It did rain for a few hours one day but the sun quickly came out after. Elba was part of ...
... We parked our bikes and I had a pistachio gelato. Italy's gelato is definitely the best I have had - so rich and creamy. We also saw another wedding (everywhere I go there are brides) and visited a cashmere shop for some shopping. Headed back down to our hotel on a lovely ride through many vineyards that were beautiful - I loved the rose bushes at the end of the rows. Then watched the sunset ...
... to dinner. An invitation that would have been inviting if he wasn't in his 50s! Still, the stop was awesome. Right on the beach and lovely and peaceful.
The next day’s trip was to Tivoli, which was only 2 hours away, so I was going to have a relaxing morning on the beach again. Toothless man soon put pay to that. The minute I opened the doors he was there! I hadn’t brushed my hair, teeth or even had breakfast! I decided to cut my losses and head off. ...
... to a companion that he neglected to raise the barrier. Paul was accelerating, I screamed and Paul hit the brakes with mm to spare. After all that he still had to hit the horn before the fellow realised anything was amiss and raised the barrier.
Driving out across the coastal plain. Mostly fields of cut hay, some baled, some not. Fields of solar panels tucked in ...