- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Left our hilltop town and arrived at outer coastal resort. Kora park. Nice views, but weather has changed. Some resin storms and some heat. Large gardens active deity a wedding party happening. All good. Eat in along poolside, nice Goidelic over the top with pricing, ...
... are no licensed cabs to choose from. I have taken a "taxi" a few times in the past several years from Fondi-Sperlonga stazione to casa Feula and 10 euro seems to be the going rate, which I was happy to pay. Felt great to unpack in familiar territory, be able to get up any time, have whatever I wanted for breakfast (which for me usually consists of a cappuccino and cornetto con cioccolato) walk, bike, shop, sit in the piazza and people watch, join in the nightly ...
... story to buy some supplies for the ride, and the bunks were very comfortable. I shared by cabin with 3 young Italian girls heading to Lecce, and after a few giggle and calls home to say they were fine , we all settled down to a quiet evening I slept amazingly well actually, knowing the cabin we as locked and with the air con running it was even on the cool side at times. More to come as I pick up in Puglia in my next ...
... with a private taxi on the other end to get me to Casa Feula ... the driver said he knew Fondi but I realized pretty quick that I knew it better than him (he turned out to be from Gaeta, a town about 20+ km away.) Shared the ride with a woman from Scotland (small world as I am heading there August 11th) who had left her family in Roma for a couple of days of R+R on the beach in Sperlonga.. a great option if you ask me! Having said all that, ...
... I imagine an ancient pterodactyl would have sounded.
The terrace is actually 6 stories up from the ground, so we are in the bird flight path. Last year we had a first sighting of a hawk while mom Johnson was visiting. (Ironically, mom's maiden name is Hawk). It quickly disappeared between the houses near by. When Martha and I tried to spot its nest in April, we only made the neighbor's suspicious as we stared up ...