Il Borgo della Marinella
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... floor." I said, "I know I have had it, cannot get into room" she printed a receipt and said, "€111". I paid it and then said, "Can't get into room." Confused look by her. I took the card, walked over to the wall pretending to swipe it, then indicated finger across my throat and hands in air. She then got the male counterpart to re activate our card. Whew. We then drove to Cassino to our next stop at the Edra Hotel, Jenny has not been well today several stops and ...
Drove into Perugia today. The underground city is blocked off at the moment so we could not visit it. We walked around for a few hours and we went to another old city called Todi. Went shopping and went home to Pablo's I played with Pablo’s microphone and he gave us some drum sticks to play ...
... and realized Rob was in 29C and I was in 42K on the Rome/Toronto leg of the trip. The extremely rude Alitalia agent blamed our travel agent and rudely dismissed us by rudely saying there was nothing she could do (did I mention she was rude?). So off to Rome we went and half an hour later, after an advertised "9 minute" walk to our Rome/Toronto gate (we were in the passport control line-up longer than that, let alone the marathon walk), ...
... as our backdrop. We laughed and cried until we couldn't avoid saying goodbye any longer. I think I've already described what this trip has meant to me in my daily rambles but I have a few last thoughts before we start our long journey home. I will leave here wiser because of my aunts and Alberto's mom and their solid example of perseverance in the face of anything, their dedication to family, their commitment to principles and tradition ...
... at least 30 on the Celsius scale so I'm not sure how much cooling will happen!). Alberto was busy rigging up the old fridge to act as a big cooler for tonight's "bar" and he and the kids were engraving bar signs into big stones he brought home from the beach. He is the poster child for the saying "necessity is the mother of invention". The "Western" themed bash was fraught with cowboys, saloon girls and more. There were "pistols" blazing, cowboy hats twirling and non ...