Santa Isabel Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the bus, train and port are grouped together within a couple of blocks, so it was an easy walk to the main port to embark on our hydrofoil journey to Lipari. It's nearly 2 hours on board, and the sun streamed in, making it difficult to get good views through salt covered windows. Strange shapes, and distant coastlines could be made out through the haze. I thought some of the haze could be attributed to terrible air pollution at Milazzo, on Sicily's north coast. I had been ...
Drove up to Milazzo today. Left the car in a garage for a couple of days and took the hydro-foil (another form of transport for the kids) across to Lipari in the Aeolian Islands. After our experience the other day, today's drive was strictly a motorway affair - no spews. The motorway is a remarkable thing, alternating for much of the way between long-span bridges and lengthy tunnels. If they could just get the bridge decks and the road pavement to meet at the same elevation, ...
... scrumptious leg of lamb, accompanied by roasted potatos, and the very last of the mild, large Greek garlic. Yummies all around.. Particularly with straciatella ice cream for dessert. A couple of swallows of G rand Marnier, and all of us went to bed early. What a wonderful short day onboard Milena. Bon Nuit . ;ᘸ 4;ȩ ...
... boat in clear aqua waters. Then onto the tiny island of Panarea. It has a beautiful little village with white-washed buildings & bougainvillea everywhere. (it's supposed to be the island for well-heeled). We therefore left and went on to Stromboli. We had time for a short walk around the village & some (very-expensive pizza/pasta) dinner. There was a band of hippies giving out free tango lessons & hula-hoop ...
... cleaned floor. The frig had opened, and there was food, dishes , potatos, onions, glasses, pans, and grill shelves, all in a horrid glop, being soaked with dish soap, and some olives. Wow! What a mess! Between Manuel, Marina (who did the most), and myself, we re-assembled Milena in her original condition, as best we could, while still rolling. Jacques had slowed Milena down, which made it easier, but it was still challenging to close, re-close, and pick up ...