Hotel La Torre
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... s talking vicariously to both her and now to me, all these decades and hundreds of years later. In one breath telling us to 'get over him', in the next, whispering to their friends that we aren't as pretty and full of female allures as we once were. I still get enough boy-attention, so I suppose I'm not as old and hag-like as I envision. I also don't feel sad that I have no real interest in flirting or annoyed that I have crows feet and the beginnings of a wrinkly ...
... any speed. We stopped many times to view and take pictures finally reaching the quaint and pretty fishing village of Scario where we decided to have lunch before returning to our resort. Scario is across a very large bay from Maratea and while it appears to be somewhat close, the bay is likely 35 kms in diameter. While sitting at a table on the waterfront, we noticed that we could see Christ the Redeemer from Scario….he was truly looking after a ...
... ourselves heading south on the A1 within 20 minutes of leaving the rental parking lot....only having to make one u-turn! Now that is what I call "good" navigating!
As we headed down the A1 toward Naples several notable observations captured our attention. First the Italians all think they are Mario Andretti when behind the wheel of a car. While driving down the freeway around 130 kms per hour, I was regularly passed by cars going at least 20 kms per hour faster than I ...
... 16-inch pan. Methodically I began trying to make the best with what I had to work with. So strange cooking here, with all the sizes, measurements being in cm, m, and centigrade ... After struggling for an hour or so, I finally had what seemed like a half a pig ready to go in the oven. Whew. Marina and I then grabbed the trolley, and went to town to get oranges and ice cream, returning to Milena in less than 1/2 hour. It was cocktail time, and Marina ...
... with chairs/tables in green outdoor carpeting, under a tent, we ordered: spaghetti vongole, calamari, and capriosa pizza. The restaurant was clean, and packed with families, all with very well behaved kids under the age of 8 years. Our dinners all arrived at separate times. Marina's calamari and fries came first. Jacques nibbling on her food almost faster than she could eat it herself. My capriosa personal pizza was next. The small size was too large for me, so ...