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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... experience for us. Needless to say I am a bit sad to leave but this six weeks has assisted Craig and I to achieve our goal of learning how to live in Italy – at least one type of experience.
Over the next week we may not be able to get much Internet access so blogs may not happen for a while. Tomorrow we go to Venice for three days and then to Riccione (south of Rimini) to stay with mum’s lovely cousins. Love to everyone – from ...
... but it's definitely worth a visit if you can. Wednesday is market day when we went, and the place was a fantastic concoction of life and colour, hustle and bustle as the market takes over the three central piazzas. As they are finished by 1 o'clock, the place takes on a completely different atmosphere in the afternoon when it's siesta time, so we had a look around the centre whilst it was all quiet, before it comes back to life again when the shops reopen from about ...
... still a ton of grapes on the vines. It's amazing with the undulating landscape how straight the rows are. Lunch was leisurely and delicious. It's not a big menu and since we go the same time every year...the same "seasonal" foods are available. Larry always likes the ricotta and spinach ravioli in butter sage sauce...I like ...
... scrabble war as there was a board to use in our hotel. It didn't take me long to work out that Sophie is much better at scrabble than i am, losing by over 100 in the first game. It hadn't rained that day so the picnic was going to happen, however the market was closed... We headed towards the picnic without food. Luckily we found more than enough close by, buying pizza, fleaches, wine, fanta ...
... Prosecco, JJ a Macchiato, Nancy a diet coke that cost more than our drinks... 9 euro. Yowzas. Apparently the prices usually reflect the location and not so much the item.
After burnin some calories walking about and happily replacing the lost calories cooking & eating.. it was time to relax a bit at the apartment. Put or feet up and have a glass of wine.. or 2 and a half.
Nancy had a book written by Jane Fortune, an Indiana ...