La Dimora del Cardinale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Australia, or at least Melbourne, is made up of so many Italians. As I wrote in my last blog about Italy, our sarcasm and sense of right and wrong is the same. All until it comes to the point of refugees. Italy takes in the most African immigrants in Europe. It's military find 'boat people' boats and help them get to shore. My country sinks these boats. If they make it to shore, we ship the poor souls off again to third world counties foreign from both our towns and ...
... dinner but they’ve opened tonight especially for us. They start us off with a glass of Proseco and everyone toasts – ‘Salute’. Our first course was a risotto with cheese, which was very good, then salad. Everyone had selected either meat or fish and both the appetizers and main courses are served based on that choice. No one was completely sure about what kind of meat or fish we were eating but it all tasted ...
We had a free day today as most of the tour group were heading to Lake Como for a boat cruise, shopping, and celebrity hunting. A good chance for us to catch our breath and relax as the schedule has been hectic. We wandered around the town and the hotel today. Timed it so we were able to Skype both of the girls and our grand daughters and had a good chat ...
... prettiest parts of the world. We decided to spend our first day exploring the beaches along coastal Maratea.
The next several hours were spent driving through deliciously curvy and narrow streets, discovering hidden coves and beaches and marveling at the beaches uniquely made up of tiny, rounded pebbles that gave the feeling of having a foot massage as you walked along sinking into the pebbles. Of course Linda was prepared to go for a swim in ...
... hairpin turns. The longest straight stretch we encountered was probably no more that 400 or 500 yards! But when we came over the summit and saw the Tyrrhenian Sea below us, I knew we were on the right track. What a spectacular sight reminding us of our drive into the Cinque a Terra many years ago. Another 4 or 5 switchbacks and the statue of Christ the Redeemer was in view which confirmed we were in the right place. Now, how to get to our resort??
Driving into ...