Marina Club Hotel Altamarea
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... dad going hell for leather up a cobble stone narrow road. Made me sick to consider their total disregard for life. I wonder what the road toll is in Napoli. Maybe the Rosary is making a comeback! (While I’m writing this a massive cruise ship has pulled up less that 10 metres behind me in Bari).
We enjoyed possibly the best Pizza in the world at a local restaurant – Napoli is the home of Pizza, before returning to our accommodation. In a local square we watched a ...
... the girls donned their togs in a flash and hit the hotel pool. They drew quite a bit of attention considering everyone thought it was far too cold for a swim – it was only 26 Deg – what could the girls be thinking!! We then headed into town for dinner – once again back to hotels and eating out. We found a really nice trattoria where we settled yet again for pizza and pasta, although I have to say my salmon penne was quite a treat.
... Cha ching…snotty hairdresser always = expensive!!! I won’t be coming here… that’s for sure! Just get the “fake” appointment and get out of here!
He grabbed the ends of my hair in his hands, spun it around the tips of his fingers and managed the same disgusted look his assistant had given me. Must be in the training manual. He said something to the assistant in Italian and she shoved me – literally – shoved ...
... have turned into a family that we barley recognize…playing card games, board games and reading…this just wasn’t us before…and it is so nice to just have time to relax and live and be with each other!
- Remember those Angels that make the cheese, pastries and vegetables here? Well, they make candy too!!!
- Most restaurants sell one type of beer – Peroni! Take it or leave it! ...
... up so much culture so quickly.
Wade’s experience was just as rewarding and a bit more physical. He was introduced to the electric olive picker…a giant rake thingy that was attached to a compressor and hose and could reach the taller parts of the trees. He spent most of the day with his arms up stretched over his head. We did stop to have Italian coffee and sweets that Grandma had brought in a picnic basket. So fun! I ...