Hotel Casarossa Beach - Sporting Club
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... one seems to care about one way or another about this pathetic town... such a shame.... Anyhow..., that was my impression yesterday.... Maybe today will be different. We will go up and behind the castle walls... This is where the heart of the city must be. Off we trot, excited for what the prospects of shopping could be. As we were walking down the Lunga Mare, there were even more people than yesterday, which has equated into more trash, and dirt along the ...
... the afternoon, the three of us headed to town for exploration and shopping. Most all the stores were closed. The town is very derelict, seeming like a dead shell of what is, was or could have been. There is just nothing here that interested any of us. We picked up a couple of things for Milena, walked along the "Lunga Mare" ( street along the water's edge ), and quickly headed back to Milena. We stopped off at the Kroton Yacht office on the way back. Checking on the ...
... Jacques pointed out wards, and down.. "Don't worry Robin, Crotone is only 5 miles away..." Marina said for the second time. At hearing that, I giggled, and decided I would enjoy the rest of this adventure from the dryness of my cabin. I was just beginning to relax, and take some wet clothing off, when I noticed a corner of my my bed was soaked. It was under my computer and ipad.... My heart sank. I instantly started both.... And the both work just fine... Including the big ...
... as to which one to join is whether you like Versace or Armani!! The Piazza Navona has a statue that depicted the 4 areas of the world- Asian, America, etc It now came time for us to try our luck at St Peters Basilica. We were exhausted from the walking tour so several people stayed on the bus. Luckily it was only 1/2 hour line up. We could see where the Pope steps out to greet people from his window, the seats were still there from the morning ...
Our next stop was Florence. We had a tour by a local guide who took us to many monuments, churches, statues and squares. We also went straight into view the statue of David. The que for people trying to get tickets was long. In our free time we shopped at the Gold Corner and the leather shop Perucci. Don got a replacement wallet and I bought a lovely bracelet. The rest of the afternoon we wiled away the time having ...