La Locanda delle Donne Monache
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Maratea
... We make it to the top and it's,beautiful.
All day on this trip we have been hearing Rosanne say to Steve; "Steve have you taken a photo of this? Steve, Steve, come here. Steve, Steve give her the camera so she can take a photo of us; Steve, Steve, look at this it's beautiful, Steve, Steve look at the yellow house. We all can't help but think that it reminds us of the u tube video of the squirrel that calls out Alan! Alan! Etc, etc. then Steve Steve! ...
... on the way back.
We also drove up to Maratea to the large statue of Jesus the Redeemer, 2nd largest in the world.
its about a 30 min drive from Praia and it's a winding road all the way up up up up.
Once you get all the way up you catch a bus to the statue as the road juts out over the cliffs. It's a scary ride so high up.
Francesca had told Silvana how good the gelatos were at The Scoglio at Guardia Marina so on ...
... Vicki likened the hotel to a motel on Nepean highway in rosebud. Not far wrong. Even though the beach was a fair walk in the heat I took off back to the beach for a lovely swim while the others rested in air con when it got started again. Strangely my room was again the far better one with a view and working air con as it has been the entire trip. Normally they always win out. Maybe the Camino positivity is following ...
... to the coach and on to Venice. Arrived at the coach park and were transferred onto water taxis with our luggage. The taxi then took us for a trip around the Grand Canal before depositing us at the Carlton opposite the train station.
Not really impressed with it however, the rooms are tiny and we are overlooking a concrete courtyard.
We were given a welcome dinner which wasn't very impressive either and so to bed......
... and wonder how they put up with that cold. I sleep two nights on a reclinable seat on a boat, and have such bad cramps and an even worse temper. Imagine sleeping in a damp ****-covered hovel every single night? You only get one shot at life, and those poor souls have been sold so short. Irregardless if they 'put themselves into that situation.' Dave always gave to the homeless, and more than that, he would often chat to them too. Life can be so unfair. I can't not blame ...