Costa Real Tropea
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So, we have not had any wifi access since leaving Amalfi on Thursday! I'm typing this on a tiny Samsung, so please forgive any typing or formatting errors. We left the wonderful Settebello Hotel and the family that run it at 10am on Thursday to set off for Sicily. The plan was to drive as much of the 450km distance as possible before overnighting somewhere in Calabria. We found a place in Zambrone on Booking.com ...
... some places weren't open on Tuesday afternoon and it reminded us of Filomena saying never travel on a Tuesday. The restaurant Moulin Rouge wasn't open so we went to Le Bottiga de Sapori. It had everything Stocco. The waiter had lived in Canada so he had good English. He sorted my no carne no pesche dilemma and then just kept bringing out dishes for Don to enjoy Stocco in many different ways. It was in oil, a tomato bean mix, thinly sliced, ...
... the way back to town and we waved him farewell. Back to 17-19 Via Secondi Cirilli for photos. The daughter of the neighbour came out Rozzelea who had lived there for 27 years. She started chatting then another lady that Rozzalea knew who had lived in Canada and spoke English joined us. We chatted for over 45 mins and Rozzalea brought us iced tea. ALaura!! We weave dour way back to town and dropped into a church that had a statue dedicated to Lisa's mum we think? We ...
... of mind. The trip took us through seaside towns and we decided to stop before siesta to get some lunch. I had a sald whilst Don had Pepette which our mussels. It wa lovely and it lifted our spirits for the rest of the trip. As we got closer we clocked in the accommodations directions but it wasn't to be. We headed up a mountain for 20 mins on winding roads wondering how to turn around. I tried to ring but we were out of service and then the no. didn't work. Back to town we went and ...
... so I had to open the car door and reached to get it grhhh! We stopped at Canosa during siesta time. Before we could reach it we had to pay for the use of the road so far. €10 later we got into town. It is very stressful going into towns when you don't know where you are going. A trip including a lunch break needs 1 1/2 hours. The bar we stopped at had heaps of men coming in standing at a bar and having an espresso with aqua. Don ordered lunch mine was ...