Hotel Residenza 100 Torri
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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 ...
... you with kisses! She didn't speak any English and brought another employee with her to translate. The family had treated us all like royalty all week.
For the first night, we didn't meet up in the black chimney room after dinner, everyone was exhausted. The early morning wake ups were taking their toll. Just as well, some man was in our room reading the newspaper, he could have the room tonight, but tomorrow night we wanted our room back!!
... Felt bad, since we couldn't bring his products back to the states, he didn't get a lot of sales from us. Did buy more lentils!
Now on to the chocolate factory. It was disappointing because the factory was not in operation & the happy looking candy man didn't speak English. He had us try truffle chocolate & it didn't go over so well with any of us. Jeff bought a few chocolate bars before we left.
... bought a few bottles to enjoy with everyone. In fact, they were consumed in the black chimney room of our hotel that evening during our pajama party. It was already late afternoon & we still had one more stop, the olive oil mill. We boarded the bus & returned to the town of Montefalco, where we were greeted by two adorable older women who were smiling cheek to cheek.
They were retired school teachers & now worked at the family's olive oil mill ...