Hotel Capo d'Uomo
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... any food, no milk for coffee (this is the real disaster!) and no dinner. What to do you ask? Well when you are traveling abroad you have to plan ahead for these little problems. I didn't. So what to do, well if you go on the autostrassa (big highways) then the service stations are open. I am observant. Off we go and find one that is open and grab some spaghetti and sauce, bread and milk. Good to go now (as long as there is coffee!).
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... trying to depart if the wind is from the East, so we must go this way for a while longer." Just as I was getting my coldest, we turned toward the North, after clearing the protection (funny, we were not protected there) Ponza, the wind died down to maybe 6-8mph, and the sea was relatively flat. This is good. I said goodnight, and returned to my cabin to get some more sleep. Of course, I could not fall asleep right away, so I picked my book, ...
Natural unspoiled hot spring. Free for the taking. Tiered layers of hot springs and waterfalls.
Mostly Italians there. Delightful.
Beautiful,small, a jewel of a medieval town. Two other tourists there. Wandered the streets.
... to repair it.
I eventually got back on the road again just as the sun was setting. I’m not too keen on driving in the dark, purely because the lights on Lily aren’t the greatest, so it was now a race to Tivoli. I got there as it was getting really dark, and just didn’t feel the love for the place! I found the stop, and there were no other campers in the car park, so I decided the best thing was to keep moving. The next stop was another hour ...
... traveled and the people are not jaded.
Karen went in the very cold water when we arrived at Talamone then, after a picnic lunch prepared by our guides, we rod back to La Parrina on mostly flat roads with a tailwind mostly. It was nice to gather some speed on the long straight stretches.
Tonight, we have a cooking class where will learn to make Cantucci, a Tuscan cookie.