Maritalia Hotel Club Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the distance but because the roads require a slow speed to manage all the twists and turns, animals and Italian drivers. As for animals, we saw horses, cows, pigs, goats and sheep....all on the roadway! Crazy!
Safely back at our hotel we enjoyed a warm, calm afternoon by the sea. We played some cards, ate our picnic lunch and read the Sunday Seattle Times online. Dinner at the hotel restaurant tonight. ...
... time to head to the market which re-opened at 4:30pm and yes, Italians like Hispanics get an afternoon break where everything closes for a few hours. We found the grocery store with no problem and picked up a few items to enjoy a home cooked meal in our apartment. Tonight we had a chicken pesto penne pasta with green salad, yum. Another lovely day in Italy.
First we went to Mass celebrated by Fr. Parker at the Shrine of Padre Pio in the chapel. There was a St. Michael the Archangel painting there. This is where Padre Pio often said Mass and heard confessions. Then we ate breakfast at our hotel and went back up the hill to tour the Padre Pio museum and shrine. We toured the Church of Our Lady of Grace. This is a newer church but was built while Padre Pio was still alive. That is where ...
... the hotel in San Giovanni Rotondo. When we got to the hotel we checked in, went to our rooms and unpacked. I did some homework. Then we went downstairs to walk to the Shrine of Saint Padre Pio. When we got there we prayed the rosary in the newer church, the Padre Pio Pilgrim Church, and saw Padre Pio's incorrupt body. Finally we ate dinner at the hotel and went to ...
After another hearty breakfast we went down to the harbour and took the ferry across to San Nicola island, a 5 minute trip. The island is smaller and is dominated by a large castle and the vegetation is completely different, having no trees - just scrub. The only way to get to the other end of the island is up through the small village and the castle. There have been humans living on the islands since about 700BC, and the castle ...