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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... some very colorful Italian made cups and saucers. Not necessarily an Italian design, but fun! (See pic)
Tonight Helena is cooking a Moroccan chicken and vegetable stew in a tagine. This is a conical shaped dish that slow cooks the food and doubles as a serving dish. Sounds yummy!
But first... Cocktails!
... about 16 euro each way. We were heading to Monterosso, the first town at the west end of Cinque Terre. One of the photos I have included shows a map of Cinque Terre and the five towns. Once we were off the autostrada, we took a wrong turn somewhere and ended up on a road going up a hill that became very narrow and washed out in spots. Just as we decided we should turn around a man in a pickup came around a curve in the road and was ...
... just kept doing laps until we came upon a car park where cars were moving in and out. First lap no luck, but the next time we chanced upon it in our wanders, we spied a car moving out. The spaces were very small, so we piled out and walked up to where Slasher would park Cesare. However, an Italian woman was standing guard over the parking space and would not move. Fortunately, Slasher spied another one a little bit further up. We were parked very close to the markets, so we wandered ...
... when everyone left and we rolled out a bed.
So today we slept in a long time. Ah, back to the life of sleeping until midday again – for a few days anyway. Today has been so nice; I have really enjoyed the company of Miriam, Pietro and their little daughter Arianna. They seem to live with a real joy for life. It is hard in some ways for me to be around people with such joy and happiness because it is so difficult for me to find these feelings truly in myself lately, but ...
Leaving Rome, Florence was a refreshing change, filled with lots of quaint streets, character, but a whole lot of American high school students practising their Italian. Must be spring break, and they are all here! A beautiful little town, great food and leather markets, the Ufizzi gallery, and a whole lot of ...