Castello Antico Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... but hardly any people. I had stuffed zucchini and Andrea had stand-by souvlaki but this time we also shared a bottle of white Greek wine and went out for ouzo and baclava to erase the memories of the drive. On the way back to our hotel,however, Andrea had the best line of the trip. She had been lamenting on not being able to order a good dirty martini when she said ala 'classy American' - "how can they not have dirty Martinis here, the place is full of ...
... hotel. With only 7 rooms and run by a friendly educated family, Citta dei Niciliani both feels like a home and a resort. Everything is very tasteful designed and selected (Guy Laroche sheets, Allessi and Bosch kettles). The well traveled family who owns the hotel consists of a dad who is a laid back retired engineer, down to earth mom who is an interior designer and a son who is research physicist of hydrocarbons/sommelier. The dinner was ...
... strawberries and black forrest icecream. While we were there we found out my SD card decided to stop working and lose all my photos. Lucky Mel has her photos so all is not lost - just my photos but such is life. We decided to go and sightsee and then I could start taking my holiday snaps again. We found an ancient ampitheatre and we paddled in the Ionian Sea in the Mediterranean - it was warm and oh so greeny blue. On the ...
... end faster than the car. Crazy! We were overtaken (again & again) by bikes & scooters, even though we were lane splitting. We saw an almost disaster – a scooter flew past us on our right, then cut back in front of us. At almost the same time a guy riding what looked like a Suzuki VStrom overtook us on the left, cut across the front of us to his right and almost cleaned up the scooter guy, all 20 ...
... took in the beautiful scenery with the sea juxtaposed with the mountains. The rugged land looks like a desert with prickly pear cactuses growing everywhere. It all looks incredibly inhospitable and barren now but hundreds of years ago these hills were densely populated and cultivated the remnants of which we can see today with the ancient terracing of the hillsides dotted with olive trees and stone walls that marked farmers’ fields. ...