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... into a covered entryway where several Marriott managers are waiting to take your luggage and welcome you. Our room was ready when we got there. Our room is very modern, in a building called the residenzia. We have our own heated hot tub on our balcony and overlook the grand canal. I explored the entire resort and grounds. That is a total of 4 miles today that I walked.
Picked up AC at Leonardo Di Vinci airport Got on the road at 2pm pit stop 5 back on the road at 5:10 had pizza in the car. We arrived Cisternino at the theater in middle of town where we met Michale. He took us to the Tullio we would be staying in for the next 8 nights. First impression We were questions our decision. But now we are enjoying the unique experience. We can now say we have slept in a Trulli. Because we were so late getting we ate at the Pizza in ...
... a left eventually ending up on Hwy 74. We kept on traveling for another 16 miles of dirt road before arriving at the “T” and discovered that the highway was still 20 miles farther. Then in the middle of nowhere we came upon a grove of palm trees and as we got closer, spotted a large house on the property. It was fenced and lined with many palm trees. It turned out that the property used to be a popular hot springs destination years ago but is now ...
... day started till after noon. At last, off to the swap meet, and spent all our time on one of the four 1/4 mile aisles. Bought a few things and left just before 4 when they closed. This is Chinese night so off, later, to Yen Ching for a good meal and a lousy waiter. Not our usual waiter. Back home to watch Olympics for a while and then bed, but I had drink too much tea so could not sleep. Nice weather today.
Monday February 10th- ...
... Jacobs, friend extraordinaire.
If you don't have a friend or two (or three) with whom you can feel completely comfortable being yourself, it's worth holding out for--even if it takes a while. Think "quality" over "quantity" when you're packing friends for life!
Women who love me as I am, and yet make me want to be a better woman and Christian, and make me laugh A LOT, are one of things I treasure most ...