La Casa Musicale
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Banquet room
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... dinner. The hotel here just serves snacks. So we walked a short distance down hill to a little Italian place. Eldon had pizza, it was not good. I had the tagliatelle with ragu. My dinner was VERY good. We had our usual wine, got back to the room and got ready for bed. Eldon made arrangements for a taxi at 6:45 tomorrow morning. We have to be at the dock an hour before the 8:00 ferry ...
... The massage was nothing like anything I've ever had before. I stayed fully clothed, darn. It was a Thai massage, and they get to trigger-points and push hard. They also put you into positions to stretch the large muscle groups. It felt really good. I just wish I could fully relax when I have a massage. That's what they are all about, right?
I got back to the room and showered and tried to call my mom several times. Her phone wouldn't work so ...
... got back to our room at 3:00 and spent time on the computer.
We made dinner reservations for a restaurant right across the street from our hotel. Our hotel, by the way, is lovely. I plan on spending most of my day tomorrow around the pool. I also have a 5:00 appointment with a masseuse for an hour and a half Thai massage. I can hardly wait.
We walked across the street for dinner. It's ...
... sides. We shared a lovely bottle of red wine (Patrimonio, 2011, from Domaine Giacometti). The curry wasn't what I had expected--it came with spaghetti, not rice, and had more turmeric than curry taste.
We got back to our hotel and had an after dinner drink. Eldon had the Myrte and I had the Limoncello. The myrle is some kind of fruit from the island here. It was tasty, but we couldn't understand what type of fruit it ...
... Each time we met a car coming the other way we both had to stop and one reverse until it was wide enough to pass. At the top of the mountain was the village of Sant'Antoninu which has a permanent population of about 30 and has 360 degree views of the surrounding area. Absolutely magnificent. I neglected to mention that Max has hurt two of her toes in two separate incidents so walking is difficult at the moment. So we stayed in the village and had a frappe. This area ...