Family Spa Hotel Le Canne
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Forio
... if there are any roads that take me up the mountain, and it does seem that there’s a road that will take me right close to the peak. The question is, how important is it to try to reach the peak of Vesuvius? Part of me just wants to continue on down the road and settle for a nice view of the the peak as I pass—focusing more on adding more villages in hopes of making this a “Superhike”. But another part of me knows that this trip will not ...
... tree in front of me, then a car stopped and threw open its door flicking out a huge white spider, then just to make it even better, an Alsatian the size of a house barked ferociously at us (ok, it was behind bars, but that is irrelevant!). By the time I got to the lookout, I was looking for a very stiff drink!!! Thankfully the view was worth the heart palpitations. We also visited the church in St Agata as it has a lovely altar made of marble, mother of pearl and semi-precious stones. ...
... 130km/hr and we kept to under that as Nick learned quickly that the cute Fiat 500 (1.2L) is a glorified golf cart and he would be flooring it to go 120km/hr. It was a gorgeous drive to Sorrento even on the Autostrada and not the coasts highway. It's like driving to Banff if everything, including the mountains, were green and lush and filled with trees. At one point in our drive this old Italian guy a bit behind us was driving exactly in the middle of 2 lanes ...
... the city reminding residents of the eruption in 1669 followed by the great earthquake of 1693. The university exists in an old monastery that you can explore at your leisure. The property is massive and quite stagnant, but was alive with energy as school was about to commence.
From Catania we took the train across the Sicilian countryside to Palermo to spend two nights along the north shore of the island. Some of the beautiful attractions of Palermo included the ...
... or some other magical place! Our man paddled us around the cave and then back out. I was actually expecting to be in there for longer, or for it to be bigger, but it only took us about 5 minutes! Worth it though. Moses and I were in hysterics just now watching back on the video (of course Mo was filming!) of Mum and Jo getting out of the small boat and back into the big one. I think Mo must have been expecting a good show when he got out his camera, but when Jo stepped out, ...