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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we made our way back to the hotel. We went to the dining room to wait and meet our cousins! After about an hour they arrived!! Firstly we met Maria and Tonino, then Zia Gilda, then Assunta and Luigi and their 2 kids Yosef and Gian Paolo. Yosef is 3 and Gian Paolo is 5. We had coffee and cake and went outside to take some photos. After we took some photos the adults started talking and the kids started playing. I noticed that Yosef and Gian ...
... in a few shops along the way. I was most tempted to purchase ceramics but didn't want to carry them around with me all day and the shop was closing at 1:30 so I figured I would return if I had time.
I enjoyed a few hours in the magnificent Archeological Museum. I've lost count of how many times I've been here but I would guess about 8. I ...
... she served prosciutto with fresh mozzarella and bread. I don’t recall this tradition from by previous time, but it so happens to be one. I was really stuffed.
After dinner, Sara said we were being picked up by a friend to drive us into the mountains for another friend’s birthday party. We drove into the hills, eventually arriving at an old stone house. We entered and were warmly greeted by the sound of laughter as well as heat from a fireplace. The house ...
... mimosa, bougainvillea, and the like.
The town is packed: having a coffee in the Piazza Umberto is unpleasant as the coffee is terrible and the crowds are too much.
The only way to get to the Villa Jarvis, the Palace of the Roman Emperor Tiberius, is to walk, which takes 45 minutes and is uphill, so it was a good bet that few tourists would venture there. The Palace is built on a headland overlooking the Bay ...
... in the heat but this time in reverse… first, a few hundred steps down from the van to the village and then from village to the sea to look at all the yachts parked up. After a strength building ice cream at the beach bar at the bottom we started the ascent right back up.
Back at camp, I made a great pepperoni risotto. And who said that Arborio rice wasn’t a camping ...