Le Dune Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... trying to be too deep or ironic, but they are very bizarre! Bruce Willis appears in a super cheesy commercial for the Italian version of Spotify that I'm sure he would be made fun of for at home! All kidding aside, these past two weeks have been absolutely perfect. It was an incredible family vacation that I will cherish forever. I leave here with a greater respect and understanding of my roots. I can't wait to talk to my aunts and uncles and share our stories. ...
I wish I could capture how beautiful it was to swim in the sea this afternoon. We spent two hours in the water just taking in the mountainous views and enjoying the gentle waves. The water was very clear and we could even see little fish swimming by our feet. This also made us feel safer since we figured we had a better chance at spotting a shark and making a run for it, if necessary! Haha! We spent the rest of the day by the pool ...
... and shells in it? Not sure what they were trying to do, but it was pretty funny! We had dinner out on this large terrace and there was the perfect breeze! Joe and I argued over the pronunciation of the Australian city of Melbourne (I'm right!) and we had more gelato. Finally going to bed early tonight; all these late nights plus the sun are catching up to ...
... Capri. It's a similar experience to catching the ferry to Straddie, but the ferry is a fairly serious ship of maybe 10,000 tons...probably carries 40-50 cars and maybe 800 passengers over 3 decks.
The Med always seems to be covered with a quite dense sort of haze, which I suspect might be polution so it spoils the approach/departure a bit for the photographers amongst us....
Capri is pretty spectacular and special...certainly the home of the rich and famous, although ...
... being Italian and the streets crowded with Italian cars. Rimini is only about forty minutes' drive from the capital, and other San Marinese communes, such as Dogana and Borgo Maggiore are even closer to it. In fact, although San Marino is not officially part of the EU or Schengen agreement - a fact that gave my visa-bearing friend quite a start - there is no official border check, and foreigners go through customs control in Italy, making it a de facto EU ...