Hotel Happy Days
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... so gave up looking. I can't justify buying a dress for 120 euro or more!
Next stop St. Agata, a small town where we went to "lo stuzzichino" a lovely family run restaurant. Mimmo the owner introduced us to his mum and dad who do the cooking. Once again, beautiful food. Antipasti, grilled veges, tomato and mozzarella. Then seafood pasta with mussels and clams (yes, Bruno and I ate it and it was quite nice!) followed by grilled fish and ...
... had to be back at their ship by 6pm. We felt for them. After half an hour we left and drove down to the restaurant where wine-tasting & bruschetta were included. Apparently the wine was pretty bad but we now had to wait because the couple were coming down on another bus after the ambos had strapped her ankle having decided it wasn’t broken. So we ordered a sandwich of pancetta, mozzarella & toms and prosciutto, mozzarella & lettuce.
After another wait ...
... is someone who has obtained the highest level knowledge of wine. We learned about the DOC and DOCG designation labels they use in Italy to guarantee the quality and regional production of their wines (read more here if you're interested: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denominazi one_di_Origine_Controllata_e_Garantita ). Italy takes their wine really seriously! It's like Wisconsin is for beer - except slightly more sophisticated ;).
We finished our ...
After a week of various members of our party being sick or under the weather, this evening we really clowned around with funsters (Mauritcio and Lucy Amarillo, & Bill and Lorraine Maloney) to the Moira Circus. We figured why not be like kids and be entertained for a few hours, plus Bill and Lorraine saw it last week and raved about it ...
... in Positano.The setting is spectacular, beautiful twilight sparkles...the Sun weakens against me. Tunnels, canyons, vertiginous hamlets, terraces or stairs carved into the cliffs, small oratories, restaurants, grocery range...
The Italy as we love it.
I slowly ...