- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... out a waiter asked the guy next to me at dinner if he had lost a phone. We tried finding this waiter, but somehow he has disappeared with my phone. My phone is old and a piece of **** now so I don't even care so. Uh that I lost it, but all my pictures from this trip are on it, so that's what is so upsetting. Anyways, I spent half the night running from ...
If I thought yesterday was a lazy day..... Well, today was even lazier for me. Jacques and Marina were readying Millie for an 18-hour run to Taormina tomorrow. Four loads if washing were being dried very quickly in the winds that were whistling thru Crotone. Me, I had caught up in all my laundry, so I just read or should I say finished my book, in a heap of tears. Now I am having withdrawals and sadness, missing my characters, having been attached to them for ...
We all slept late today. Breakfast was below deck, because it was cold and wet topside. Nelson was semi-comatose on the couch, and hasn't seemed to move a muscle for the last half hour. Jacques re-launched the dinghy, and is going ashore to check on moorage for tonight. Me? A beginning for Milena, crew, and me of a very lazy day. The threat of thunderstorms for this area is over by noon. (I have not seen experienced the thundering yet.... Just lucky). This part of Italy ...
... Whew... We had come to rest for the day... All of us, and Millie coated with salt, and carrying a broken tranquette. We got here just before the "thunderstorms " prediction of weather in this area. Evidently between here and the straits if Messina, there is a huge depression. Electrical storms and wind. We made it to safely to harbor , even tho we were anchored outside of it. Aside: The body of water we were crossing was the Gulf of Taranto (the wide space between the heel of ...
... area. We enjoyed pizza sold by weight and another gelato thanks to Andie. We made our way through the narrow streets through a modern Galleria to the Pantheon. It had a massive dome and it was open to the elements so when rain came in it would drain through holes in the marble floor. When the sun shines through you can tell the time from its rays. On the way out we saw the Carabinieri who are the national Police vs the Polici who are local. ...