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... Napoli was dirty looking also. Got to Rome and found a hotel next to the Vatican wall. Kathy, Monty and I went into the Vatican. It was so busy, even an hour before closing. $16 euro each OMG the Pope must make a fortune. The multiple museums, the cistine chapel, the 16 other chapels, sculptures taken from around the world it was simply astonishing. If they sold it all it would feed the worlds starving 10 times over. The Vatican is somewhere I ...
... car and see the island ourselves. It's pretty simple, only one main road up and down. We drive up to a scenic point and take pictures. It's stunning! By 3:00 we head back down, drop off the car, and make our way back to the ship which leaves dock at 4:00pm. It takes us around to a few coastal points around the islands, like grottos and rock formations, and then we head back to Milazzo where we began. By 5:30 we return and our driver, Mimmo is there to greet us and take us back to ...
... arrive at the restaurant, we go to a huge room with a long table and plenty of seats for 30+ people. Pizza and arancini (rice ball) is passed around and later biscotti cookies! Yummy! Two brothers begin playing old Sicilian songs on the guitar and the entire group starts singing and clapping! In the corner, a group of young girls dance in a small circle, tarantella style! It's awesome!! ...
... Another cousin, Nino (short for Antonino) takes us to his "campagna", in the afternoon. They take pride in the food they cultivate not only because it's a lot of physically demanding work, but because it's the food that eventually gets put on the table for the family to gather around. And over here, la familigia is your everything! Today is Friday and our plans are to visit some of the Aeolian Islands by ferry. So stay tuned.... In the meantime, check out some of our pics! ...
... called Spiaggia Blanca (White Beach). We had lunch in the little town of Canneto and then turned on a road that winded up to the top of a mountain where we had a view of the entire East side of the island. As we were headed down, the skies turned dark and it started to to sprinkle. Within a few minutes it started coming down pretty hard. We took off as fast as those little scooters would go to get back to Lipari town. Note that Mikes scooter had a windshield on it so he was far ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility