Hotel Santa Lucia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... so much! Also, not only is the touch screen unit on the backs of the seats pretty short on choices, both mine and Rob's are defective. Movies and TV shows play but the voices all sound like Donald Duck. So I sit here writing and listening to the playlist that Meghan and John loaded onto my ipad for me.
A first for me, I actually think I slept a bit. The headphones must block out some noise and the music must have calmed my usual ...
... as our backdrop. We laughed and cried until we couldn't avoid saying goodbye any longer. I think I've already described what this trip has meant to me in my daily rambles but I have a few last thoughts before we start our long journey home. I will leave here wiser because of my aunts and Alberto's mom and their solid example of perseverance in the face of anything, their dedication to family, their commitment to principles and tradition ...
... hugged me and kissed me and Louise also. He kept saying how fortunate he was to have us there. I think my Zia Maria is starting to dread saying goodbye. She held on to me pretty tight tonight. Tomorrow will be difficult as we will have to leave behind renewed ties (that were already strong to begin with) and bear my aunt's tears, of which there will be many. We have created many new memories that will carry us until next time around. I guess I just have to be happy with ...
Louise and Deron made pancakes for all at the house while Rob and I had a slow sleep-in morning. By the time we got down to the house, Fabrizio and family were just finishing up and heading to the beach. The Tetts were heading to the grocery store to pick up a few things and Rob and I stayed back so I could learn to make something called "susumedi" (spelling unknown!!!). My mom used to make these and I can't find anyone at home that makes this very old, traditional dessert. It ...
... a country that is so small, the elevation, vegetation and rock formations change with what seems like enormous frequency. We headed towards Catanzaro and then south through and alongside many beach towns. We stopped at Lido San Leo ( how fitting) and walked onto the beach where the water was very calm compared to what we've seen on the Mediterranean side and also a different, almost greenish colour. This is actually a gulf called Golfo di Squillace ...