Villaggio Camping Dolomiti Sul Mare
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... thing we call curushi...(spelling in dialect is not easy and if i was even close on that spelling i would be very surprised)
Overall it was nice to see my grandparents, uncle, aunt, cousins ect... not seeing your family for over 5 years is kind of crazy if you ask me!!!! Next time i go.. MUST be in summer.. the beach there is my favorite that i have ever been to. Maybe this summer?? Publish
... are it for English first language speakers for miles around. It is quite rural and lovely. And very tropical in appearance.
We left Sorrento about 10:20 am this morning in our rental car with Larry as the sole driver for the next week. We are now committed to drinking the extra €160 it would have been for the second driver, Gary, in Sicilian wine. So Gary and his GPS are responsible for delivering us somewhere close to our various destinations.
... bit of claustrophobia. New discovery for me. Thank you Meg and John :) All our flights went as planned and we, along with our suitcases (which I do always consider a miracle) arrived home to a warm greeting (not warm weather though...yikes!!) from Rose and Uncle Leo. They had cappelletti soup and my favourite...long green beans done in a salad, waiting for us. If I wasn't so tired I would have eaten more!! It was delish and ...
... and Bruna Caicco from Cambridge. Gino is my mom's first cousin and she talked about him always but I had never met him. It was great to connect here in Cleto and I promised to look them up back in Canada. They are lovely people and just couldn't do enough for us when we went over today.
So our last night together included FaceTime with Iain, Meghan, Rose and Uncle Leo. The marvels of technology, according to Zia Isolina!! I am so glad ...
... and dancing. Even my aunts got into the spirit and joined the conga line and were constantly being dragged in to dance. Truth be told, I think they loved it!! The wonderful thing here is that families attend these things, so you have children dancing with their siblings, their cousins, parents and grandparents. It was wonderful to watch and be part of. A young man I didn't even know dragged me into a conga line!! My cousin Antonio was in his glory. I don't know how many ...