Grand Hotel La Tonnara
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... tuna stuff zucchini, plus antipastos, salad, meats and dessert. We had given her late notice hence the lack of food she said! Haha. We also met a friend of theirs called Frances. She is an American lady living in Fagnano and has her beach cabin opposite Maria and Amedeos. It's so funny because even though Frances has been living in FC for close to 30 years American is still her first language and she prefers to speak the dialect as that is what she was taught by ...
... the beach for 2 months of each year. We had contacted Amedeo and Maria advising them of our plan but they told us that Maria was at the hospital with the grandmother of her son Roberto's girlfriend. Apparently the 75 year old was very unwell and because the daughter was working and the grand daughter was sitting for exams Maria went and stayed with her at the hospital. If ...
Today we went to Cetraro to the beach markets. It's such a hot day and the temperature seems to be increasing and not decreasing. The markets this time weave between the streets selling everything! A few purchases are made but not many as its too hot! We find a bar to have a cool drink then head to The Scoglio for the best gelato in town. I have a yoghurt and lemon one and oh my goodness what divine flavours!
... the strait that separates Italy from Sicily, the Strait of Messina and that was very picturesque. Lots to see on both sides through the binoculars. Had an Asian style buffet lunch, coffee and dessert downstairs, a nana nap and more swimming. The girls, Lance and Michelle went for a workout at the gym. We had a formal night for dinner and then off to the theatre to see Sir Elton John aka Neil Lockwood. Great end to a lovely cruisy ...
My parents went to La Sila, a large mountain range, for picnics as children, so we decided to spend the afternoon there. The views were breathtaking (and nerve wracking) on the way up, but we made it! We went to this restaurant and were welcomed in this wine tasting room with some sparkling wine, foccaccia (I thought of you, Mike!) and prosciutto that is sliced right in front of you. It was some of the best prosciutto I have ever had! After some ...