- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... They are very cute and very photogenic. We had a wander around taking
lots of photos and had lunch there. It was then back on the road towards the
spur of Italy and the Parco Nazionale del Gargano. This bit of Italy was
originally connected to Dalmatia (now Croatia) and is a promontory of white
limestone cliffs and ancient forests. The landscape we have driven through
today has primarily been flat farm land with acres of ...
We are now on board a 26 hour ferry to Athens. It is a very big ship but there is less to do on it than the Interislander. We have just been chilling out in our rooms and playing Uno up on deck with some others from our group. We aren't due to dock until 2pm tomorrow so it's going to be a ...
Another beautiful day. Our first at sea, however, where there is a bit of a swell. The ship is rocking a tad. We are currently between the heel and toe of Italy. Apparently this part of the sea is usually a bit rocky. Max watched the golf until about 1.30 this morning so she is a bit weary today. There are a few people onboard who are feeling ...
... Guess it was good to get my steps in for the day.
The sunset was most beautiful with oranges, reds, rainbows and birds all flying about. Don’t know that I did it any justice with the photos, but you get the idea.
Dinner at the hotel in the evening—to make it simple and ease our packing for our early morning trip back to Foggia and then on to Positano!
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... tax returns, attempting to set up jobs in London, skyping with some intermittent beach lying and reading.
It was time to pull our finger out and make it to Rome. After being blown away by Greece, Rome had a lot to live up to. It was already on the back foot after looking at the prices of doing anything in the place. The drive from Vieste was calculated at a little over 6 hours. After ...