Torre Di Palme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... coffee in the village of Montegallo, and lunch in Montemanaco after a stiff 4km climb from the valley below. Then we descend through the beautiful village of Montefortino, arriving finally at Amandola, the towering arc of the Sibillini Mountains a constant presence. We follow signs around the top of the town, finally arriving at the imposing Hotel Paradiso through impressive gates, and up a long driveway. The proprietor welcomes us with coffee ...
Excursion to Etna Volcano Enjoy a scenic drive with a Local Guide through orchards, vineyards, and forests up to the Europe's highest active volcano. From your vantage point at 6,500 feet, observe the unusual landscape of extinct craters and rivers of solidified lava.
Met our local guide Juzi & up the mountain we went, 1/3 of all Sicilian people live near Etna, or 2 million people. The land is ...
... amp; Swiss to take away the garbage, these countries turned the garbage into electricity & sold it back to the Italians.
Mt Etna come into view smoking away, she's known as muma Etna, at 10,000ft, she is a quiet volcano, lava flows by, she has 8 craters but after an eruption more craters may form, drove past Catania which has been destroyed many times the latest ones are 1693 earthquake ...
... the bodily alchemy of what lies inside us in communion with what formally seemed outside, but is now neither, but become a living frontier; a voice speaking between us and the world: dance, laughter, affection, skin touching skin, singing in the car, music in the kitchen; the quiet irreplaceable and companionable presence of a daughter: the sheer intoxicating beauty of the world inhabited as an edge between what we previously thought was us and what ...
... after spending some time in Italy, that hospitality is part of the DNA of people here. The Zippilis simply prove that to be true. First stop: the old family house. The Michetti family's Pompeii. Still standing after well over a century, the house is a representation of where the journey started for Rudolfo Michetti. We learned that Rudolfo did not actually live here, but this is where his father Guiseppe was born. No ...