Hotel Ristorante Stella di Coccia
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- Continental Breakfast
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... is my last full day of my vacation. Tomorrow I begin my journey home. To have spent it slowly has been good. At times it was frustrating because everything so far has been done at such a pace, but learning to go slow again has been helpful. My mind is not quite so frenetic. I am also not writing this blog at 11.30 after a full day of walking. I will not complete it until after I turn in for the night, in case something interesting happens, but this too has been a ...
... I think it's built on one) so when you walk in to pink marble, classic art and vaulted ceilings its breathtaking.
Found a cafe for dinner as I can't find any supermarkets so had a proper panino and biscotti (GIANT jammy dodger). Turns out it's fairly cheap to do so, might continue with it for Rome at least.
So that's today. Very stressful morning but brilliant afternoon and hostel seems fun. Free sangria for an hour so I might treat myself to one of those!
... it's not that far away, just over near the Jewish Ghetto.
Walking down the hill, I have over an hour before the restaurant on the other side of Travestere opens for lunch. I wander around following my nose in the right direction. I am looking for Roma Sparito restaurant which is famous for the Roman pasta dish Cacio e Pepe. This is a cheese sauce and pepper pasta. Very simple but very good. I have made this at home and am looking forward to trying the real ...
Wakey wakey. 46 groggy people boarded the bus at 4:45am headed for the Nice airport. We arrive to a pretty much deserted airport. For some reason, we could not check in cause they wouldn't take us to kiosk, they wanted us to use the check in machines. We couldn't! Finally they took us in and we were all about to get through security when a student, Jenny, forgot to take her three Swiss Army knives out of her carry...so we ran back down through security to ...
... to check out a yacht that just came in. Someone noticed that a "cruise ship" was coming in and when we got to where it had docked...a yacht! Unbelievably huge! Five stories, eight smoke stacks, four life boats that were probably 35 footers, an abundant of crewmen, and if I had to guess the size...the width was probably the size of the barn at Riverview and the length about about two or three Riverview barns! Just massive ...