Casarossa Hotel Beach Club & 'A Quadara
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... and I mean NARROW, streets with 25% uphill slopes through now sleepy villages. I’m sure the locals were confused and amused by a band of wayward motorcyclists roaring through their narrow village streets which were not wide enough for even the smallest of European cars. We made it to the hotel just in time to change for dinner and joined the rest of the riders. Lots of stories to share about finding the misguided hotel. Especially in the ...
... opened the doors for us again. We walked in the rain back to the station parting ways with meg who was meeting up with friends back in Milan. Jake Todd and I were off to Martone, the home town of his family and where his Nonna grew up. Kebab and a gelato later we are on the train translating a speech to Italian. The Italian girl sitting with us gives us the ok. We play cards and then, realizing w are missing cards we make some replacements taking drawings to the odd ones. At one ...
... I was Sicilian or not. Back home, my family told me not to mention our ancestors were from Sicily because they view Sicilians just as they would dogs. In coming months I would come to find that every Roman I met considered Sicilians just the same as Italians. They can't understand where I even got the idea that they are separate, or that Sicilians are somehow inferior. One of them hinted that if there were any ill feelings, it's Sicilians who don't like ...
... flop. Swimming in this clear blue deep water was magical - one of life's real experiences. We moved a little further up the coast to a great little hotel Lo Scalo for a beer overlooking the water so blue - pretty. Monday quite low key - late walk and dinner by the ocean. Tuesday on the road to Lecce via Ciolo to take some photos and on to Otranto which we were really disappointed with so pleased we were not staying there. Now in Lecce for a new ...
Before we reached the Amalfi coast we snuck in 3 days at a lovely little town called Tropea - it was just above Sicily on the mainland and was renowned for its amazing beaches that had a view to die for. We had been keen to stay there, and had desperately been hunting for accommodation for our dates in August (never travel in August unless you book a year in advance), after a few false attempts we did find something that broke our ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking