- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... I no longer get squeemish about the gore and darkness of some of this work. I kinda get it. The story is clear and well depicted. We then toured the Royal Armory and royal palace. Beautiful building more like English churches and castles than the Italian / roman structures we saw.
So we continued back to our shuttle. We stopped at Wembley's store to buy a bottle or 2 of Carrivageo white wine. Cornelius, we will take a pic of the label. I also bought a fresh baguette and ...
... on the floor surface over which the tourists walk !
The buildings surrounding the harbor are older although a lot of them appear to have been rebuilt following damage from bombing in WWII. The outer areas are built in generally the same style but are obviously modernized, particularly in window fittings. Wood is in short supply and predictably, all buildings are constructed using the locally quarried limestone. Apparently, in the past, the ...
... for a look. We took our thongs to climb the hill at the other side to check out the view, a worthwhile hike – lovely view. We headed back to our seats & packed up our gear ready for the 2pm boat trip to see the local caves before we left. I have no doubt our chairs and umbrellas were resold as we left.. the place had become over-run by visitors within the few hours we had been there!
The caves were lovely, the Mediterranean is certainly ...
... see next!) We made our way through the crowds, at times marching alongside scout troops to the Saluting Battery to watch the canon being fired at noon. The day brightened up and was warm and sunny. We then found the restaurant that Evelyn had booked for lunch - Casa Rocca Piccola. We had a beautiful meal, although i didn't do it justice as i have developed a really bad cold. I had octopus with tomatoes and olives for ...
... listened to the song ‘Sun’ by Two Door Cinema Club (the first line is ‘Ocean blue, what have I done to you…’) while we watched a silly tourist almost be swept off the rocks by a massive wave.
I decided to try and see the Blue Grotto from above, and went climbing along the rock face where Egil dared not follow. I couldn’t see the rock formation, but I could see the water was a piercing azure colour down ...