- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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We're en route to Naples and broke the journey in Civitanova Marche, a delightful sea side town, which must buzz during the summer. Over this weekend they were hosting a festival of chocolate, I have never seen so many chocolate stalls in one location, all overflowing with delicious looking things......Dalmatians, shoes, tools and even things that looked like ...
... Ronnie, I snuck him a tip because he had been so sweet to stay late when us gals stayed after class to have wine.
Going on a bike ride was mentioned. We had the afternoon free to do whatever we wanted and getting some exercise was probably a good idea, especially according to my waistline. It was a beautiful day and tootling around the area would be fun. There were seven of us that went on the bike ride and at first it wasn't ...
... ice cream. The recipes always sounded so simple, but the flavors were beyond simple. We put our knife skills to work & chopped celery, carrots, radishes, fennel & peppers, that were put into bowls of ice cold water to make them crisp.
Off to the kitchen we went to cook the lentils, which were from the hilltop town of Castelluccio that we had just visited. Had never considered using lentils for a salad or even putting them with ...
Chef Fillipo had a leg of lamb & he prepped it while we watched. He covered the lamb with olive oil & added fresh sprigs of rosemary, salt & pepper ~ into the oven it went. Now we made our chocolate cupcakes & knew these were not going to be your average cupcakes. These had to be chilled before baking. Then we were given the rest of the pasta dough that we made on Monday, the pasta machine was brought out ...
... was waiting for us. She was an art history & restoration major, so she really knew the history of the town. She took us up to the top of the town, which had a beautiful view of the castle & valley below. Assisi is a lovely Umbrian hill town with twisting narrow alleyways. I had a hard time focusing on listening to Irene tell us about the town's history because I was enjoying walking through the old cobblestone streets so much. I always wonder what people do all ...