Hotel Casarossa Beach - Sporting Club
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... almost as quickly as our last bites and food, and swigs of wine.... Starting below deck, once again became impossible... The pesky misquotes make retreat topside under a street lamp sound like heaven .... A quick nite.... For a long day tomorrow .... ;ᘐ 4; p.s.: sorry there are not pictures for today, but I saw nothing worthy of capturing for posterity.... Except, of course, my ...
... 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 ...
... wet. The waves were from, what appeared to be SSE, and started out being around @6 feet tall, very close together, and ended being @9 feet tall, very wide, and much further apart. We had our nose into the wind, and the spray hitting us was constant. A Lot of the waves hit the bow dead center, and the spray reached up so very high into the air, and moving so fast, that the water came down with a bang and hit us directly in the cockpit at the stern. Particularly me, who ...
... be flooded with water. Across the road we went for a tour of the Roman Forum. It was enormous. In the olden days they had a 6 storeys shopping complex and it was the main hub of the city. It was so hot walking around and our guide kept saying "A Laura"which we realised meant she had more to tell us on this history tour. By the end we felt we deserved a PhD in Roman history. Lol throughout Europe we had noticed the amount of litter and rubbish in ...
... 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. ...