Travel Blogs from San Bartolomeo al Mare
We had a dinner party last night, the vino was flowing the food was consumed and it was nonstop laughing with the Italian friends of Sue and the two southern kiwi girls from Dunedin & Clyde staying through the www.workaway.com programme. The Italians really know how to laugh and live in the moment, no serious topics discussed it was all stupid stuff and teasing each other.
It really was a local experience high in the hills sitting by ...
... di amalfi cotti al forno (Amalfi baked lemons) Lemons stuffed with mozzarella, anchovy, chilli and basil leaves, - My taste buds are exploding.
Ø Torte Verdre: Spinach pie, Risotto ai porcini: Mushroom Risotto with Sage & Orange
Ø Crespelle Ripiene: Spinach & Cheese Stuffed Pancakes, Fig, Prosciutto & Mint salad
Ø Fritto di salvia a alici: Sage & Anchovy fritters (alias cockroaches LOL)
Great seaside village would have lots to offer if staying for awhile. Just one night. Arrived 12.30 had lunch walked the Main Street, waited in beach girls the rain yo stop and walked back for nonno nap. Accomadation at Albergo La Pineta, is good, nice room, staff and great views. Evening was spent walking back to one of many eating places. Few drinks were had and then back to rest for tomorrow's adventure, back into ...
... Anyway we had a plan and it didn't involve hanging around the site. There is a bike path that runs along the coast on an old train line so we got the bikes off Sven for our first ride since Pamplona on my birthday. It's been too long. We set off and rode for 8 miles at a very easy pace, the path was very flat. It took a little time for us all to get back in the swing of riding but once we did it was all good. There were ...
... sure if it is the same in all of Italy) you have to wear not only the budgie smugglers in the pool but everyone needs to wear a swimming cap. We haven't braved this yet and not sure if we will. Jess had a bit of work to catch up with so I took the girls for a bit of a walk down to the sea, picking up an ice cream on the way of course. The beach was one of the strangest things I have ever seen. There was a small area that was obviously open to anyone and ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility