Hotel La Coccinella
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... to be in these beautiful little towns on Sunday, because you can't really do much but go to the random shops that were open and the few and far between restaurants and cafes that are open.We were able to see a few really neat churches, and the swarms of people going to a leaving Sunday Mass. Other than that, there wasn't too much to see since basically everything was closed. After our waddle around, we went back to the ship to ...
I just want to take a minute to thank each one of you for supporting us and loving us!! All your emails, notes and comments put a huge smile on my face and I just want you to know that even if i haven't replied directly to you, we very much appreciate you!! It means more than I could ever say in words that you all care about our family!! I am truly humbled. We love each one of you very much!! Ciao and God Bless each of you, ...
... since we arrived at night I was unaware until morning that our rooms overlooked the sea. Rimini has a very long stretch of beach rivaling Miami in length. The next morning, Thursday, we had a business meeting with Rino at the glass bottling facility. Since Rino is very passionate about food he has a on staff chef and incredible little kitchen adjacent to his office and conference room. We dined there and toured the plant and source of the springs ...
Mark here again. Since I last wrote I visited another olive oil bottler, saw hundred year old olive trees, ate dinner and spent a night in the old city of Spoleto, had lunch in Assisi, toured a brewery and 2 mineral water bottling plants, and spent two nights in a wonderful Adriatic beach town called Rimini. Dinner in Spoleto was yet another exercise in gluttony, with four courses and dessert, plenty of wine and sparking water. Noteworthy at ...
... 1 or 2 euros and with that we purchased some beverages to make a fruit punch, some crisps and nibbles, a birthday cake and of course some balloons! He had been out during the day with his family who had come over to visit and so he was extremely shocked to walk down the stairs on his return and be greeted with 25 people holding glasses of vino and cheering for him! So much for him being tired and thinking he'd just sneak off to bed! We ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting