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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... village in Italy. Lots of nice home, views, alleyways etc. and it was more spacious, with easy parking and very much enjoyed by us both. We had lunch at what looked like a simple restaurant but it was very nice and looked like a cave inside. Orrieche with broccoli and breadcrumbs – very tasty and Grilled beef with rocket & cheese and salad. Every day we order just two courses and share it. Back home again. Lovely place but the internet is not working very well at all ...
... woods to finally reach Chiesa dei Santi Nicolo e Cataldo, which was substantially built in 1180. While walking, I was telling George a Semple saga, which happened to my dad Ken some 40 years ago, I guess. He had been visiting his parents' graves in the Box Hill Cemetery which is surrounded by large thick stone walls. It was on his way home from work late one afternoon, and he found himself locked in! He managed to get out eventually by scaling the wall, in his good business ...
Susan and I spent the day on a walking tour of Lecce; what a gem of a city. I have included a few pictures of some of the architecture and churches. But mostly in this blog entry, however, I wanted to thank a few people for their support on this trip.
First, my dear wife who followed my navigational instructions even when they led down uncertain paths, unpaved roads, superhighways and even ...
... in 26 days which averages to 71.7 kilometers per day. Or for those of you that are metrically challenged, that is 1,159 miles or 44.3 miles per day.
Another significant stat, and probably more important, is that this fall marks 30 years since Susan and I first met. This trip has been a tremendous way to celebrate that ...
... at the end. Guy is instantly dispatched to find out whether the third berth comes with or without a Greek lorry driver. OK... so it's without... instantly the towel on our non-existent guest's berth is on the floor beside Hilli's chosen hammock. The relief provided by the removal of the threat of carpet-touching brings the evening's first glimmer of a smile! A bottle of red wine, some creeeps and a comprehensive victory at Grandma's rummy and ...