Hotel La Giara
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Great campsite with the exception of the rude German's on it... Slight run in with the two couples opposite feeding the wild cats, setting Tia off as since day one dogs chase cats, causing the Germans to make gestures and shout in German at us to get Tia to be ...
We are in the village of Canneto on Lipari in the Aeolian Islands. It is a picture perfect little fishing town by the sea centered by the Catholic Church with a few bars and trattoria. It is 32 ° C and perfect beach weather. The only disturbance is the buzz of scooters driving past and the occasional church bell. We are off ...
... heard one guy singing Italian opera; he was pretty good though. Again, this is for everyone, not just those in parade. The whole town turns out to watch and swarm around and through the parade itself. People were shaking hands and kissing those on the carriages, horses were patted, photos taken. Its a real hands-on affair. Afterwards, there was a display of baton twirling by the local drum majorettes, lots of drumming by the local marching band, ...
... dramatically set on a rocky coastline with steep mountains at its backdoor. The narrow streets are all cobbled and only the occasional service vehicle pushes you up against a wall. Importantly, Cefalu does have shops. Shops that are open. Shops that are open and selling birthday gifts. Jo finally got her birthday present. Now we just need to have another go at birthday dinner. As far as the kids are concerned the ...
6 September All went well on the crossing from Naples. Kids slept well and nobody fell out of their bunks. Very early start, though, as the ferry docked at 6.30am. Gaetano was there to greet us and after I squeezed all our bags into his little Alfa (with the stroller across the laps in the back seat) he drove us through the bedlam of early Saturday traffic in Palermo. We got to Aspra and settled into our new digs. The house is spacious and just as ...