Hotel Casarossa Beach - Sporting Club
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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 ...
... that Kyle gave me..... Whew. All of a sudden I heard a loud CRASH, and the sounds of breaking glass. I jumped out of my bed, and saw the salon was covered with the green glass of my Tanqueray Gin. I quickly summoned Marina below, and we both made sure to get the glass up before anyone got cut. At that point Alexi came rushing through, barefoot, to the galley, got a knife and big block of cheese (leaving the refrigerator door open), and exited with a smile on his face... ...
... area. We enjoyed pizza sold by weight and another gelato thanks to Andie. We made our way through the narrow streets through a modern Galleria to the Pantheon. It had a massive dome and it was open to the elements so when rain came in it would drain through holes in the marble floor. When the sun shines through you can tell the time from its rays. On the way out we saw the Carabinieri who are the national Police vs the Polici who are local. ...
... and pastries in the square. We had a visit to San Gimignano which had an awesome view from the ruins at the top of the town. Andie treated us to a gelato and Don and I got a panini with cheese and prosciutto which we ate in the town square. The area has many vineyards which we sampled at our dinner at La Certosa Monastery that night. We had a guided tour through the monastery where only 4 monks aged 66-83 live. ...