Le Dune Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... We had a lovely day with Antonietta and Toni. Firstly we drove to Nettuno, to see the Rome & Sicily American Cemetery – most impressive. Then near to the Saint Maria Goretti Church near to the seaside we had lunch at (wait for it) a Chinese Restaurant!! We have hardly seen anything other than Italian ones but the food was fine and we all enjoyed lunch. Next we drove down ...
... coming round tonight. She had made fresh lasagna, ravioli and so much yummy food. In the afternoon we unpacked and rested and the evening was full of fun, food and frivolity. What a lovely family they are. We are also excited because Mirko (who is a great musician), is getting us into the TV station program he works on – we are going to be part of the audience – what a hoot. Secondly, he is also starring in a ...
... over, sacked, beset by malaria and eventually Ninfa was abandoned to the elements. A neglected part of the estate of the aristocratic Caetani family, Ninfa was left to slumber until the twentieth century when descendents transformed the town's ruins into a botanical garden. The last owner, Lelia Caetani, left the garden to a foundation who now run the site. Now plants wind over ruined ...
... We went out later to a DHL in Velletri and the man was very helpful but it will be very pricy to send. We then went back to Cisterna, did our TIMS and then went to the post office which is cheaper but I am concerned about security – so we are thinking about it for now. Tonight, Michele came over for dinner and we had a lovely evening again and we think we do have our Teacher Registration organized. We ...
... over the rocky peaks of Mount Titano accompanied by their glamourous and leggy Russian girlfriends and wives. In interacting with other tourists and people on the street, it's a better bet to ask them in Russian if there is anything interesting around, or it's better to say izvinite instead of scusi. It is very weird for me, who has ended up saying things half in Italian and half in Russian to people.
The Sammarinese seem to be very helpful ...