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Travel Blogs from Francavilla Al Mare
... that irresistible smell. Usually most of the fat has melted away when they are ready to eat but they certainly won’t be fat-free. Don’t let that stop you, eat them anyway. Grab the skewer in your hands and tear or slide the meat off with your teeth. We had to order an extra bundle ! delicimo!
Once home it's final night and we don't want to carry the booze any further so it's an assault on ...
It has been a few days since I have updated the blog and my family and I have enjoyed some time in the sun. It has been fun to relax with relatives while talking about anything and everything. Tomorrow is our last day here in Pineto as we make our way back to Rome for our flight home... See you all soon and take ...
... bursting with towns high above the cliffs below. Driving the mountains is nearly torture. The GPS took us on a route where we were sure no one would find us if anything went amiss. Jim did a great job on the switchbacks and in the rain. Best part of the day for him was seeing a Tour de France bike team practicing on the mountain. Chase car followed. I thought for sure Jim wanted to skip our route and follow the Tour dey boys. Today we are in a sleepy beach town. ...
... Sometimes we gist the gist of it and a nod, repeated word, or saying "se" keeps them going, nice people.
We no longer hear church bells or the 9 pm "hound of Collecorvino" but we have a 3 am call from the rooster next door, and an ocassional cuckoo call. We are on a connector road so we see some traffic.
We do not have wi-fi at the house so we send this from a near by mall YES ...
... and oncoming cars move over. We have heard almost no horn blowing and have not seen a single traffic incident in many kilometers of driving. I would say that driving here is very 'cooperative' rather than 'crazy'. I agree, Gene, cooperative is a good term, we moved over for a farmer in a truck and he stopped next to us worried we had moved over into a ditch, well at least that is what it seemed like, fast paced Italian.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility