Travel Blogs from Cittanova
... on que. Sound familiar? In addition to that, the candidate will usually yell a lot and get everyone riled up. The whole town seems to gather to watch it, and I'm pretty sure the entire town stopped and looked at Jen and I as we walked uncomfortably walked through it. I think I even heard him say "tourista". A politician telling everyone how awesome he is...I've heard it already, and we didn't need to speak Italian to understand that. Next! In the morning we walked down to the ...
... br> I have now weaned myself off of Snickers bars as they are now so expensive (almost €3) that that route for energy has become unsustainable.
Lastly, I cannot recommend enough the restaurant I went to in Paola. It's called Albergo Rosies and there is no menu but the food just keeps on coming! The chef is very young and specialises in Calabrian cuisine. Excellent food, excellent wine, excellent ...
... to live somewhere where I could grow my own food?
-----For now, I was only visiting Amorgos.
-----I hiked through the mountains to a monastery one day, because people suggested I do that before leaving.
-----I walked on a trail of stones, between stone fences guarding fields of livestock, with dry tangly plants hanging over the trail. I came to an abandoned village of crumbling stone houses. Goats were everywhere. On houses. In houses. All ...
... Bingo. Damn...apparently number 9 is NOT my all time lucky number. Off I went to the slot tournament. The prize there was $500. Okay, so Bingo isn't really my game...but slots...now that's right up my alley. As you can see in the photo of the tally board after my turn, I'm placed third and the top 6 get into the final. I returned an hour later....and I'm no longer in third place...nor fourth, fifth or sixth. I'm out of the running. Just as I was last week. But, ...
... I think of...*Um it's really hot*Terraced hills with vineyards up them*Scorching sun and sun-baked stones*Sparkling sea and lots of boats*Its like your being baked*Churches and squished together houses*Its reallllly hot! Then we hopped on the boat, and went to the next village, Manarola.Dad said that this village apparently had the best gelato in Italy, so I was loving it already. We hopped off the wobbly boat, and walked up some stone steps, onto a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking