Hotel La Ginestra
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... men chat nearby and don’t seem to mind my peculiar routine. 1196. Squeezing in One More Town (Italy 173) Mugnano, January 4, 2012 Day 073: 2.2 kms, 2 hours—Day total: 36.2 There’s a town right next to Giugliano and I can’t resist trying to squeeze it in as well, strumming in nice little plaza next to a giant Christmas tree, with cheery street lamps lighting up the narrow cobblestone streets. Then I start hiking south, just to explore the ...
... spoke slowly for us and we recognised enough words to make a choice. Michael has pomodoro and speck with big round pasta , Liz chose radicchio and pecorino and some other ingredient. It tasted good, still not sure what it was, vegetarian though. We started the walk back and just as we were going up suicide hill Terhi came along to collect Connie from school. Lucky break. We went back to the accommodation. Giorgio and Franca showed ...
... nearby and stocked up. EV kindly cooked a pasta sauce for dinner and we were all tired so went to bed early. Next day we caught metro to Vatican and fought pilgrim throngs for a while then found out St. Peter's was closed. Nonna and BJ headed off to do tour of Vatican museums and we wandered around streets and past Castillo Santangelo and then over river and home to lunch in our apartment. Everywhere you go, there are guys trying ...
... the main square. It was pretty dead inside but it was just what we were looking for and there was even a lady doing body painting for free! Of course we all got painted, danced and kept drinking but at around 4am I called it quits and walked home with Ryan. Along the way we stopped at random statues and jumped on the back of little cars to take lots of photos. It made the walk a lot of fun and I ended up having an amazing night with my new friends.
... a lot there. It's worth the difficulty to get to the hotel, because the view is quite beautiful. We have a balcony from our room overlooking the black sand beach.
It was interesting to watch a man "mowing" the sand. He had some sort of contraption that sucked up rocks out of the sand, which he moved with a wheelbarrow off his beach. As night falls, they set up the beach umbrellas for the next morning.
The starter for dinner was ...