Hotel Capo Casale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... for thousands of years. They have few jobs to go around due to the recession. They have a smaller land than Australia. They have a right-wing government. And yet they still take in the poorest, most impoverished people. How can we justify our sense of fake pride? How can we claim 'mateship' as an Australian value? ------------------ Another musing I've had is about the metaphysical connections between people and nature. Like what witches of old or strange spiritualists ...
... dinner but they’ve opened tonight especially for us. They start us off with a glass of Proseco and everyone toasts – ‘Salute’. Our first course was a risotto with cheese, which was very good, then salad. Everyone had selected either meat or fish and both the appetizers and main courses are served based on that choice. No one was completely sure about what kind of meat or fish we were eating but it all tasted ...
... Maratea. This statue is the second largest statue of Christ in the world, second only to the one in Rio de Janero. The approach is so steep that a man-made set of switch-backs had to be built to enable car traffic to get to the top. At the top, in addition to the statue of Christ and several kiosks for trinkets and tourist memorabilia, is the Church of San Biagio. This old structure, with its simple and pretty interior, served the ancient community of ...
... little Fiat had an interesting characteristic that was becoming quite annoying, for me. Everytime my speed went over 130 kms, it would give off a short beep letting Linda know that I was going "too fast". Eventually, after a little experimentation, I realized that the beep only sounded once at 130 kms. Accelerating beyond 130 kms did not cause additonal beeps to occur....hmmm!. Another interesting observation was the fact that as we drove further south towards Naples the ...
... on to Milena with any part of my body. I will tell you what, my fingers and toes were very grateful for this temporary rest. By 7:30a.m, I was up and dressed sub-consciencely waving good bye to the isle of Stromboli, thinking we must have past it. But no... this semi-dormant, always with orange-glowing top, (for over 10 years now, according to Jacques) was blowing puffs of white smoke to us, as if waving good-bye, as we silently ...