Hotel Piccolo Mondo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Not sure what time our bodies think it is so we are making it an early night and hopefully we aren't wide awake at 4:00 a.m.
Well this ends my rambling account of our incredible trip. I keep thinking I'll wake up in the morning and it will all have been a dream because this truly is the stuff that dreams are made of. Ciao for now, thanks for reading and I hope this gave you a few chuckles and warmed your heart as much as it did mine ...
... even more heavenly by the fresh basil she had me add. We ate at the table made of chestnut, that was given to her by her mother, and then extended by my Uncle. She gave Louise and I each a parting gift of a beautiful set of white cotton sheets and pillowcases. I was glad we were able to spend some time with her.
There was a bit of excitement this afternoon as a forest fire broke out just above where Louise and Deron were staying and ...
... and dancing. Even my aunts got into the spirit and joined the conga line and were constantly being dragged in to dance. Truth be told, I think they loved it!! The wonderful thing here is that families attend these things, so you have children dancing with their siblings, their cousins, parents and grandparents. It was wonderful to watch and be part of. A young man I didn't even know dragged me into a conga line!! My cousin Antonio was in his glory. I don't know how many ...
... br> The susumedi turned out very close to what I remember and are in fact even better! My aunt tossed them in a mixture of boiled sugar and water and I had a corner of one while they were still warm. This was a throwback in time, much like so many other things have been on this trip.
Tonight was the adult cousins night out, joined by two other couples who are close friends of Antonio and Fabrizio respectively. On the way to the restaurant in Catanzaro, which is about ...
... to be a very popular spot lined with many beaches (and people). We had Alberto's GPS, which he reset to speak in English so a lovely deep voice with a British accent guided us down the coast to a town named Soverato, where we intended to stop for lunch, but it was so busy that parking was impossible and we drove on for a short bit where we finally found somewhere else to eat (Jack's Pizzeria or something like that). We were the only ones there and the ...