Hotel La Torre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... We were off! Exiting the building through 7 levels of switchbacks was a good introduction to Italian roads. For those of you who might not have had the opporunity to drive in Italy or Europe, the parking garages as well as the streets tend to be about 3 sizes smaller than they are in North America.
So when we exited the building following the directions provided, both Linda and I expected to have to make a number of u-turns along the way. We were both pleasantly surprised ...
... the day, and also no shade. Result... You bake. Sitting at the table, with a cold liter of water between us, we quickly downed half of it, before we could ever consider talking, or moving any muscles. Whew! It was hot! Jacques came back to the boat, and made his way to the table, and he, too, drank the remaining 1/2 liter of cold water. What seemed like a few minutes later, Marina had whipped up a tomato salad, and cold cuts, with accompanied ...
... junk area. We found the fruit and vegetable market.... But to our shock.... The rest of the market was g o n e ! "NO, I can not believe this !" We both sighed in amazement. With :-( :-( we both slowly walked away from what we thought was going to be a wonderful experience. In town we caught up with Jacques, who could not find what he wanted either. As it was getting close to 1:00p.m., all the shops were closing for lunch and afternoon siesta, so after going to ...