Sant' Elia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rendezvous with everyone at the apartment. We talk over wine and pizza, fennel and tomatoes and unstressed sheep's cheese with more "magic mountain herbs". We talk over expresso and wine and a whole bottle of Fernet.
It was a very celebratory mood, which I think James described best, "Holy cow, there's a whole bunch of Fascias in Italy!? What's up with that?"
... And rained.
We all huddled under the 2-foot-wide roof of a signpost, complete with missing boards and leaky bits, but still the bus didn't come. We implored the policeman directing traffic for the festival to call for information, but he could only reiterate what we had heard all day: There should be a bus every 20 minutes. There should be more buses because of the festival.
Another man at the ...
Left our hilltop town and arrived at outer coastal resort. Kora park. Nice views, but weather has changed. Some resin storms and some heat. Large gardens active deity a wedding party happening. All good. Eat in along poolside, nice Goidelic over the top with pricing, ...
... are no licensed cabs to choose from. I have taken a "taxi" a few times in the past several years from Fondi-Sperlonga stazione to casa Feula and 10 euro seems to be the going rate, which I was happy to pay. Felt great to unpack in familiar territory, be able to get up any time, have whatever I wanted for breakfast (which for me usually consists of a cappuccino and cornetto con cioccolato) walk, bike, shop, sit in the piazza and people watch, join in the nightly ...
... came and gave me a ride to the train station, which was much appreciated after an intense thunderstorm had just travelled through town. And despite my slight anxiety about the arrangements, the train to Rome and then night train to Lecce all went off without a hitch. It was a bit sticky on the train to Roma but for a euro there are nice bathrooms with showers in the train station to clean up, an ...