Tenuta dell'Argento Resort
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... Villa D’Este Gardens were over.
As we came out of the villa, people were just leaving the services at the church next door. The children were all carrying olive branches (apparently their substitute for palms). Nicola walked us back to the city square, pointed out where the van was parked and gave us about an hour to wander through Tivoli and/or have lunch. Karl and I walked with Barb and Barry and found a restaurant where we could get some wood oven ...
... a nice chap and agreed to have his photo taken with me and Kate.
He seemed to be a little embarrassed to get his photo taken with Kate, but he was good enough to do it anyway.
We go to a place called Rome next which is really old like Kate' s parents. Should be interesting.
Talk to you then.
... Farmacia was closed (Saturday afternoon) but the Conad Supermarket was open. We got some very salty Pecorrino, a very good and spicy Peperoncini cheese, sweet black olives (delish), an orange, and Ed chose from the freezer a Spaghetti Puttanesca, while I got a delicious seafood stew. Plus we have bread, Seafood stew was great. I’ve had worse in nice restaurants.
Ed’s napping and I walked down to the seashore. The seafood ...
... which again is excellent. A table set up with meats, cheeses and breads and we spend a leisurely hour or so enjoying all that Cento Corve has to offer. Sadly we can’t stock up on any wines like some of our fellow guests as we would not be able to take on-board the plane for our journey home.
Although only a few hours long our excursion today was informative and interesting and the wines at the end were the icing on the cake.
Beautiful port city of Naples, was our destination for today Tues 13 August. There were 4 other cruise ships in port so we were in for a busy day. Naples does not have good reputation,and tourist generally steer clear. Naples experienced heavy bombing from bothsides in WWII, so all the ancient ruins and buildings were destroyed. Naples is very dirty, and littered with garbage and graffiti everywhere, unemployment is very high and crime is rampant throughout the ...