Hotel Villaggio Pineta Petto Bianco
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... with stone cliffs surrounding the village (These people really like their stone...). We bought some gelato from a little shop, and it as so good! I loved it! This village was kind of exactly like the other village, except it was huddled up on some steep cliffs. We walked up the Main Street, to a church. We had a look inside, then decided to go catch the next boat, and go to the hotel to crash. So we got the boat, and about half an hour later, ...
... some kids are playing and like all kids yelling to each other. There is a small pavilion nearby where many men are gathered playing cards. Well must head back to the hotel now for dinner. Tomorrow we have yet another early start and I am going to the top of Mt Etna weather permitting. Edie has decided not to catch the cable car and jeeps that take you to the top. More on that tomorrow ...
... was still hilly but not as dramatic as earlier. There was farming, market gardens, olive groves, vineyards and goodness knows what else. After a lunch stop the road met the coast and there was some lovely little towns by the sea. We had made good time and reached the town of Villa San Giovanni, in the toe of Italy at 2.30. Buses, lorries, cars, all boarded the ferry which only took 15 minutes to cross to Sicily at the town of Messina. It ...
... we came across a small family run vineyard, which also did some camping at La Morra. An area in and near where the famous Barasco and Barolo wines are produced. We arrived, and were very warmly greater by the owner. He showed to our spot, next to a convertible Dutch white BMW, and tent. We were asked if we wanted to join in with some wine tasting later? Is the Pope Catholic? ... maybe the wrong country for that one! I recon you know what the answer is though. There was a bit of ...
... another night (she was a hit with the male contingent at least). One night there was an ex-olympic gymnast whose performance was a bit sad, and curiously there were several nights with no shows at all.
All that said, the voyage was most enjoyable. We do not cruise for the food and entertainment, but rather to visit interesting places and this trip certainly filled that ...
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking