Casa Correale Rooms & Garden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
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... The science and nuances of the feed, produced proteins, and acid levels was astounding. Who knew??? We tasted his famous provolone del Monaco. We then watched and tasted the making of mozzarella. He made shapes of braids, balls, flowers and even a pacifier from the cheese.
We got into the Vespa cars, yet again and headed to a restaurant that Lucio and his family closed for our outing. Here we learned about dough, ...
Off to Pietros in Sorrento today as he's excited to cook for us Gnocchi alla sorrentina...Mussels Impepata di cozze ...all washed down with delicious crisp wines Coda Di volpe and a Falanghina from Don Carlo Peitros dads home made vino ... He is living in an apartment that is set on the edge of a forest ...so peaceful to just listen to the silence, only to be broken by the sound of the cicadas. We sit out side sipping limoncello ...
... Views up and down the bay, across to Mr Vesuvius, over to Naples and down to the beaches (with all that grey sand) below.
Of note is the way the balcony's are set up. There are about 5 rooms on our terrace, all with balcony's and all facing the sea. Its alot like being on a balcony in a cruise ship actually - except that the fencing between the balcony's is like pool fencing and they have put rectangular terracotta pots on ...
... culminating with an exceptional visit to Gallipoli. The day there was incredible and was a standout day for all of us.
36 days has sailed past and we now must say arrivaderchi, chow, bon-voyage, which we did over dinner and with Nicely and Kadek.
Travel safe Table 570 – we should do a reunion one day.
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... the city reminding residents of the eruption in 1669 followed by the great earthquake of 1693. The university exists in an old monastery that you can explore at your leisure. The property is massive and quite stagnant, but was alive with energy as school was about to commence.
From Catania we took the train across the Sicilian countryside to Palermo to spend two nights along the north shore of the island. Some of the beautiful attractions of Palermo included the ...