Hotel Maga Circe
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... than 10 km but mostly, uphill so a good challenge.. and then to the seaside town of Terracina on friday before I left in the evening. I also took the bus into the beautiful whitewashed seaside resort town of Sperlonga one afternoon and wandered the town, walked the beach and hung out at the marina enjoying a relaxing late lunch before heading home Evenings were spent wandering into the old town and catching ...
... stopping at the travel agency to buy train ticket for Lecce in Puglia where I was planning to travel on Saturday (my yoga retreat is there and starts saturday). One small problema.. the train I needed to take was full. Mannaggia! Alternatives were a later train that got in at midnight... not good.. or an overnight train from Roma on friday night to get me there saturday morning. Plan B it was... I will get a lower bunk in a cabin with 4 beds. Ill let you ...
... eyes when we surfaced which was sort of an surprise.
On our way back down the beach we say these boys catching crabs in the rocks on the shore. I wanted a picture because they had a bucket with about 20 of them! They did not speak English so I showed them my phone and said, "foto?" They grabbed a crab out of the bucket so I could take a picture and as you can see, one of them posed so I had to take two picture lol and then show them! They were funny. They also took ...
After the hectic and almost nerve-wracking day in Rome yesterday, we opted for an outing to the beach today and a relaxing time. Anzio was recommended by the hotel staff, and we found it to be less than an hour's drive away.
This small Mediterranean coastal town was lovely ...
... still has another week to go.
Today's run saw a halt to shelter from the rain, crammed into a convivial roadside cafe with other bikers who cheered him off as he puttered back out on to the corsia doppia.
Paul was perplexed by the number of scantily-clad women by the road side today. He eventually twigged that they were professional ladies.
His navigating wasn't helped by more Sat Nav issues. "I named my Sat Nav Lucille," said Paul, ...