Hotel Casarossa Beach - Sporting Club
Travel Blogs from Crotone
... the Carbirineri we couldn't go into St Peters Basilica till the afternoon and we'd have to que up with everyone else. We entered the Vatican museum and saw so much opulence. Tapestries depicting the killing of baby boys when Jesus was born, the resurrection of Christ, artwork adorned every surface and pots dating back before BC. As we were on an Insight tour we had access to the Bramante steps. Only Trafalgar tours have this also. We saw where ...
... was marvellous with an opera singer accompanied by a piano accordion and violin player. The next day we visited Olvietti which had an ancient church and the clocks only had one hand on them as it represented Italian time. We stopped at numerous service stations with minimal hassle. It's important to pay for your selection then collect it from the counter. However at one servo we got a panini and a spinach ...
... Perhaps that was why there were statues to the various saints along the way!
The mulberry tree, while it had its trunk the other side of the fence, draped its branches over the roadside. Yum.
Paul and Dave swam at the local beach while Karen and I lazed around the pool. The immaculate one....the other still being a haven for frogs. Dinner on the verandah as the sun set.
... perched at the pinnacle of the mountain. A very well maintained and attractive village. The tourist information centre was definitely shut, as was the castello, though that did promise to open several hours later. Retired to the local cafe to rethink our day. Noticed a very eldery gentleman snoozing at a table in the corner. Papa. The bartender's beloved papa. Asking about his age of the bartender, the conversation ...
... the town thoroughly, looking for the advertised tourist information centre. I might add that theres 4 of us looking. Followed every lead from the sign closest to town, asked several people and followed their direction and nothing. Not even a hint.
Ah, not June yet!
Along the beach were several resorts that had been abandoned, and all the shops in the town had yet to open. We picnic'd on the harbour breakwater ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility