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We had a chilled weekend and this evening we went for a walk down on the local beach and took some more photos back up to the village in which we are staying. Years ago it was a major venue for mass bridge tournaments so it is called the "Villagio Dei Bridge" - but now it has a few full time residents, but most of the apartments are either holiday homes or no longer used. You will see in the photos ...
So - having left Puglia, we have now headed over to the other side of Italy (about where the shoe laces are :) ) to a lovely apartment in a village on a hill above San Nicola Arcella in Calabria. The apartment is really comfortable, and we are lucky enough to have another great balcony with amazing views which you will see in the photos. We arrived on Wednesday, settled in and then today we headed out up the coast for an ...
... asked, in German, as this seemed to be our easiest joint language, if we wanted to stay 2 nights as booked; we decided to stay just one night as the area is pretty small with little to keep us entertained for longer! We checked can on the map and decided to see if we could book into the next hotel a day earlier........and we could!
A bonus......we do get breakfast tomorrow ...
... little disappointed that very few trains we have used haven't had first class carriages as that has meant that I have paid for a first class pass when I possibly could have bought a second class ticket and saved myself some money? Never mind, it's all an adventure! My book on Yootha Joyce was also disappointing me, as the author has obviously tried to research her but a very private person has meant a book with a lot of surmised information. I am over ...
... familiar faces, some new faces. Some speak English, some don't! I watched the sun set on the beach, then changed for a late dinner....the Italians eat at 8:30pm here! Yes, I think I can spend a week here before moving on to the rest of the country! I began this journey with quite a bit of apprehension about traveling alone to a foreign country where they don't speak my language, but I made it and the apprehension is melting ...