Hotel La Torre
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... The Italian man sharing our compartment is sleeping. A few minutes to half an hour after he starts nodding off, me and Katrina start doing the same. I suppose it's due more to the gentle rocking of the train, or the boredom of the journey, but I like to think that in part our communal sleep is due to instincts. Like when my supervisor Beatrice once said that you should always try to study in a busy but quiet library during exam time. Although the library might be busier ...
On our first evening, buoyed by the fact that we had successfully found our home base through an adventurous back road route, we decided to head back into Maratea for dinner. After all we had discovered where the fountain at the center of town was and we knew there were at least 2 or 3 restaurants near the fountain! The main street into the heart of Maratea was blocked to traffic, so we found a tight little parking spot and began strolling through town. What ...
... little Fiat had an interesting characteristic that was becoming quite annoying, for me. Everytime my speed went over 130 kms, it would give off a short beep letting Linda know that I was going "too fast". Eventually, after a little experimentation, I realized that the beep only sounded once at 130 kms. Accelerating beyond 130 kms did not cause additonal beeps to occur....hmmm!. Another interesting observation was the fact that as we drove further south towards Naples the ...
... 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 ...