Oasi di Kufra
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOasi di Kufra Sabaudia
We really enjoyed our stay here. The hotel was always clean, and the service was prompts and memorable. Thank you so much! We hope to return again.
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It was so refreshing to sleep every night with the doors and windows open facing the sea, lulled to sleep and awoken by the sound of waves crashing gently against the shore all through the night, the fresh sea air the only scent. I woke up several mornings and peaked out from our balcony to find a mountain scene that had taken shape as the sun …
Antonietta has been washing our clothes, cooking our food, and being her usual energetic self. Bruno called her Speedy Gonzalez...little did he know that I LOVED that cartoon when I was a kid.
In the morning, Bruno went out to find some boxes for us to use to send home all our gifts...just like last year, we are loaded with olive oil, marmalade, books. But this year there is also wine, beer, cookies, and one kilo of coffee beans!
He came in ...
... has been going on for almost 300 years though, so they've had a bit of time...
Things we saw:
A very well done display of wall sections with frescoes still visible.
The arena...when the gladiators got good enough, they went to Rome.
Shops and restaurants...with counters with basins still intact...you can imagine the buffet.
Tombs along the main road.
... Vincenzo), Priverno Aquilino, Sandra, Anna, Teresa and her husband Carmine, Enzo, Elisa, two of her daughters, her husband Donny, their other daughter, Rosy, me, John, Luigi, Antonio, Stefania (daughter of Alessandra and Vincenzo), Alessandra, Antonietta, and, finally, Vincenzo. Whew!
The food started coming right away. Antipasta - for John and I this was a plate of thinly sliced roasted vegetable, olives, ...
Today we took a drive up to the village of Campodimele, whose signpost welcomes visitors with the claim: ‘Il Paese della Longevita’ - The Village of Longevity. The village is about 1,000 years old and situated on a mountain top in the Aurunci Mountains, about 25 km from the Tyrrhenian Sea coast (where Sperlonga is). The village is just a little cluster of medieval houses intertwined with stone staircases, ...