Giardino Degli Ulivi Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Norwegian fleet. I love that name! :D Our room is great! It is larger than our hotel room in Barcelona. Our room is on the very front corner (Forward) on the right side (starboard), cabin #8000. The only negative is that my bed is the top bunk. It reminds me of when I was 8 years old, when I shared bunk beds with Toni. It was fun back then, 50 years later, not so fun. The guy that cleans our room each morning turns the beds each evening and ...
We traveled all the way across Italy to the eastern Adriatic coast to the town of Vieste on Wednesday. On the way we stopped to see Hadrian's Villa just outside of Rome near Tivoli. If you recall Hadrian was the dude who built the Pantheon and the wall across the northern edge of the Roman Empire in England to protect the Romans from invading Celts. This is the origin of the old expression that "if you can't beat ...
... might be one of the best examples.
Everything was free for two nights, as long as Signor e Signora booked into the restaurant for Sunday lunch at €39 a head. What could go wrong?
Signora, bless her soul, is developing a life of piety. Whenever asked, for instance, on her nutritional preferences, she will extoll with a flourish of arms, the virtues of vegetables, no fish or meat, just lots of vegetables and only a glass of wine. Such was the case, when Signora booked ...
Day 7: San Giovanni Rotondo - Monte Sant’ Angel (*View incorrupt body of Padre Pio)
After celebrating Mass at the tomb of Padre Pio, we tour the
sanctuary, see the old church and the crucifix from which he received
the stigmata in 1918. You will see the confessional where Padre Pio
spent innumerable hours with a ...
... We did learn however that Siesta in southern Italy is way more intense than in Rome. In Rome Siesta ends at 4:30, in Barletta it ends at 5:30! We had dinner that night at a fancy restaurant where this MASSIVE family was having an 80th birthday party for an 80 year old bachelor. He was with his 5 living siblings out of six, each having five children each and grandchildren. Professor Bonanno had us give a toast to this guy we don't know ...