Villaggio Turistico Riviera del Sole
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... I made Jacques a gin/tonic as well, knowing he might need it... I could tell he was upset, and had been yelling at Alexi again. It seems went Alexi was using the hose, he had flooded the engine room..... Golly, he seems to be so rough and clumsy with things. Poulet Basquese, is a Bask dish , from the area Biarritz, France. It is like a chicken fricassee, but better. Very yummy.... We are leaving tomorrow for our 18 hour run to Taormina, so getting to bed ...
... We are definitely snuggled in for the day and night, with plenty of power and water. Lunch on deck seemed extra special being cradled in, while the weather was playing sporadic havoc along the coast South of us. Milena became a "must see" for all the sailers in the area. Walking back and forth, from bow to stern, "oooooooing and ahhhhhhing" was a little disturbing as we are trying to eat lunch..... Oh well. Millie always becomes the talk of any harbor she is in. The latter ...
... wet. The waves were from, what appeared to be SSE, and started out being around @6 feet tall, very close together, and ended being @9 feet tall, very wide, and much further apart. We had our nose into the wind, and the spray hitting us was constant. A Lot of the waves hit the bow dead center, and the spray reached up so very high into the air, and moving so fast, that the water came down with a bang and hit us directly in the cockpit at the stern. Particularly me, who ...
Drove into Perugia today. The underground city is blocked off at the moment so we could not visit it. We walked around for a few hours and we went to another old city called Todi. Went shopping and went home to Pablo's I played with Pablo’s microphone and he gave us some drum sticks to play ...
... resides and the Belvedere square that was designed for a previous Pope to enjoy. The gardens were lush and an oasis away from the hustle and bustle of Rome. There was a very unique statue that depicted fertility and they weren't sure if they were eggplants, mangoes or teats hanging around her waist. The tapestries are washed every 20 years and are made using gold and silver thread. There was some artwork that looked like actually statues were on ...