Moses Fountain Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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On Monday we left Deiva Marina and headed for the hills to the Parco Nazionale dell'Appennino Tosco-Emiliano and the town of Castelnovo ne’Monti with its very helpful tourist information office. We got lots of information about the area including all the little villages that make the parmigiana reggiano cheese and parma ham as well as walking routes. We also asked about the weather forecast as at the time it ...
... Sistine chapel. On the outside of the building it just looks like barn. The line up into the Museum is around the block, probably 5 hours long. So glad I listened to the guide & bought skip the line tickets the night before. It takes us almost an hour to walk from St Peter's & find the museum, the streets are mobbed. After getting through security & getting the tickets we follow the signs to the chapel. It's like cattle through a maze. Take a packed ...
... views. Had lunch at a nice outdoor restaurant. The trail from Monterosso where we are staying to Corniglia is ten minutes. Back at our town we had cappuccinos at a hoping outdoor cafe and I interviewed the owner for a future show. Oh, in the morning we interviewed the owner of the hotel in the morning and met his family who are all lovely people. Just had ...
... of that week that she asked who was from Baltimore. Of course, I raised my hand and so did Torsten although he is from gaithersburg (close enough). she proceeded to ask us if we watched football and who we cheered for. Once we assured her that we were both big Ravens fans she told us that her husband is the President of the Baltimore Ravens, Dick Cass! Everything clicked and made sense now. I got to talk to her ...
... with celebrating Italian Americans who kept the wine coming.
After a nice long dinner break we walked leisurely through the cobbled streets towards the river. In the distance we saw smoke rising and decided to go closer to see what it was. This is the point at which I acknowledged that most people move away from smoke but not us, we were too curious to know and as there were still people walking around versus running towards ...