Villaggio Turistico Riviera del Sole
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... hear his lecture in English or Italian, and seriously convinced that his English was not good. I will never understand why Italians are so frustratingly modest about their English, when they are clearly speaking better than the average youth of Antioch, CA.
Anyway, he showed us the process of how these vases and pots are made and gave us a small demonstration of things they do. We were then taken to an old man who was delicately painting a vase ...
... in Umbria, we stopped off at Cortona for a short visit. It is an ancient hilltop town well known for its art and book shops and offers amazing views of the countryside including Trasimeno Lake visible over the low hills to the south.
Against the background of a gloomy, overcast day, Cortona at first seemed quite drab. As we explored more, and the sun came out, it livened up and turned out to be another gem. We had lunch on one of the narrow streets and caught ...
... as you leave town." Then, when the young man claimed we were headed to a "desert," our anxiousness to see our destination was even greater! When we got off at the train station, we left the building and realized we were in the middle of nowhere! Fields and mountains surrounded us and there wasn't a soul in sight. Finally, our camp director picked us up and drove us into the real Catanzaro, which is more lively and populated than we had imagined.
... crème. All better.
Our stops today were not strenuous; although it was pretty painful to be tromping around a castle while every vantage shows beautiful water or scantily clad men (and women) at the beach. The castle was pretty cool, though. It's amazing to think of the history of this part of Italy and all the conquerors and rulers of different pieces of land here. Which led us to our next stop – ...
... and of course wine. It's Italy..we had to. :) We went back to the inn and made dinner and hung out with Massimo. It was very difficult to communicate with the locals because in the southern part of Italy, English is not a necessity. There were a lot of hand motions and bippity boppity going around. It was quite funny.
The main thing that attracted us to Lamezia Terme was the beach. It was beautiful! It was rocky and we were ...
- Swimming pool
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