Hotel Residence Riviera
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We drove up to the start of the walk and parked at a small snack bar / café. The visitors centre was ˝ km away so we headed there to see if we could get a clearer map than the badly photocopied one the man in the Tourist Information had given us. The same map in its original form cost us a couple of euros but at least we could now plan a route. The paths are all well marked and we followed number 3. It was very peaceful walking ...
... trip. AND... We can't flush our toilet paper down the toilet eww. From now until Tirana it has to go in the bucket next to the bin. It's not as bad as I expected but it still takes a bit of getting use to. It was scorching hot again today so fingers crossed it stays this way for the rest of the ...
... so we have a new Captain to meet tonight. Rafael continues to be concerned about Max's health. "Can I get anything for you ma'am?" She thinks he is a sweetheart. Whilst Max read I ventured back to the blackjack tables and decided to give back my winnings of yesterday. Still good fun though. Dinner was wonderful. Tomorrow we will be in ...
... over the ocean that we could make out in the distance (20 miles away?). The morning was cool and the skies started off rather grey. We checked in at the basilica and found Padre Pio’s tomb where we spent about 45 minutes in silence, bathing in peace and tranquility. After we left we found out there would be mass within the hour so we explored a bit and returned for mass. I am amazed at how much Italian ...
We thought ports could not get anymore chaotic than Patra. Arriving in Bari, Italy, we were very wrong. Getting off the ferry proved a more dangerous task than any driving to date. The battle to deport was waged with semi-trailer, smart cars, Vespa’s and grumpy Greek ferry workers. After seeing a semi-trailer smush a Civic into the wall of the ferry (literally drove into it and squashed ...