Santa Isabel Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... over to Vulcano. It's a sparsely inhabited island due to its volcanic history. Now it resembles something of a moonscape. It is still possible to climb to the crater to see activity, and all around the island there are various signs of active volcanic life. Anoeta had told us about the mud bath. You can bathe in mud, wash it off, then plunge into warm springs in the sea. The mud holds special powers, improving the skin, fixing arthritic and rheumatic conditions, and ...
... to the ferry. Apparently, they thought they were getting a lift, not just directions. We got to be all world-wise and cool saying follow us as we walked the 400m down to the wharf. Down at the port, we easily bought tickets, wandered over the road to buy some lunch, came back and boarded. Seventy rattling minutes on the hydrofoil and there we were, sauntering up the pier at Lipari. Maybe we are getting better at this travel lark. As soon as you get off the pier, you ...
... During cocktail hour,I was checking. my weather apps. I have in,y used weather on line a few times. Oddly enough the best weather forecaster I have found over here this year is THE WEATHER CHANNEL. It gives the wind speed, direction and forecasting hour by hour, and updates every two hours. Pretty amazing, and very accurate. Tomorrow we are dong another crossing ---this one is about 90-100 miles. Panarea Ro Acciaroli, in mainland Italy. Jacques ...
... you amble by. Everyone sips aperitifs on the main strip and then the restaurants open for dinner after 7.30pm. Luckily Grace slept well here (with the aircon & blackout shutters) & day-napped so we could enjoy this evening tradition a couple of times. One afternoon Stew took Mitchy around the island on a Vespa (1.5hrs the whole way around). Mitch had a cute little blue helmet and helped Stew fill the bike with fuel ...
... BAM BAM BAM PLUNK TINGLE TINGLE BAMMMM SPLATTTTT TINGLE TINGLE KA-BOOM BAM BAM BAM PLUNK TINGLE TINGLE BAMMMM SPLATTTTT KA-BOOM BAM BAM BAM PLUNK TINGLE TINGLE All of a sudden with the din of breaking and crashing noise, Nelson comes bounding out of the dog house.... "The cat, the cat, the cat!!..." I yelled, as I was trying to hold on to the bunk, and reach for his tail, before he could slide overboard. Marina stumbled into the dog house, retrieved Nelson, and below ...