Hotel La Tonnara
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- TV Channel One Russia
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... husband. They all make themselves understood and Frances loves this family dearly as they do her. Maria says that Frances has had an exceptional day with us speaking English and we tell her that we did too. It was quite extraordinary really.
We leave by 4pm to go and first visit Saint Francesco at the Santuario (Calabrias's patron saint) and secondly pick up Alliza from the train station. Alliza is close family friend. Her mum Heather and I go way back when ...
... was ok or either the daughter or grand daughter returned Maria would be there for our visit. Maria (Michaels cousin) phones us at tells us that the grandmother died on her watch and that they have to accompany the body back to Fagnano where they will hold the funeral tomorrow. The hospital will not hold the body they must take her home.
So we decide to visit them another day ...
... the supermarket to buy some food for lunch and it's packed with people. Silvana has an interesting experience with the language when she asks an assistant where she can find the tickets for the deli. She stutters first then says ticket! The assistant laughs and gets the gist of what she is saying so shows her. Silvana is laughing so hard she almost has to pick herself up off the floor, as she realises that she is ...
Very pleased today to be at sea. It's been non stop for us for over two weeks now - so really nice to just chill and do nothing much. Which is exactly what we did. Late breakfast, swim in the adults pool at the far end of the boat. The seawater was smooth, calm and glassy and we passed the volcanic island of Stromboli which was steaming away nicely. Looked very ethereal with all the sea mist and the glassy water. Then we sailed ...
... Italian politics and way of life, we walked the little town and looked in some shops. We drove back to the house and checked out "The Olive Garden" or olive groves on the Turano property. The youngest tree was planted in 1905 and the rest are between 300-400 years old! At night we went to Cesare and Gina's house for an outdoor dinner (starting at 9:30 PM!), and once again, relaxed and enjoyed the fresh mountain air. I can definitely get used to ...