Athena Palace Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
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We had a chilled weekend and this evening we went for a walk down on the local beach and took some more photos back up to the village in which we are staying. Years ago it was a major venue for mass bridge tournaments so it is called the "Villagio Dei Bridge" - but now it has a few full time residents, but most of the apartments are either holiday homes or no longer used. You will see in the photos ...
So - having left Puglia, we have now headed over to the other side of Italy (about where the shoe laces are :) ) to a lovely apartment in a village on a hill above San Nicola Arcella in Calabria. The apartment is really comfortable, and we are lucky enough to have another great balcony with amazing views which you will see in the photos. We arrived on Wednesday, settled in and then today we headed out up the coast for an ...
Finally arrived after a long plane voyage. All has gone well. We are staying in Coreca at Lido, condos that are rented out and directly across from the ocean. The train tracks are in between the condo and the ocean. You just have to walk through the tunnels under the tracks and you are at the ocean. Quiet time of year since it is September and the busy July and August months are done. People are fishing off the shore. We have been to the ocean three times thus far. It ...
Well - the story of today's events sounds a bit like a fairy tale and so I'll try and keep it brief but feel free to switch off at anytime.
FROM TAORMINA TO THE FERRY AT MESSINA
The one hour drive from Taormina to Messina went without a hitch with the only little issue being that we weren't quite sure how to find the Messina Ferry Port and so consequently we initially found ourselves heading towards the wrong port.
Eventually we found the road we needed ...
... be easily dismantled and moved if needed and so technically they were not permanent structures and hence no property tax was payable to the Feudal Lord at the time - a pretty neat trick! Our lodging for the night has been in a wonderfully restored Trulli. After a great time exploring we finally left Alberobello this morning on a 3 hour drive towards our next overnight stop I.e., the town of Frascineto. Our ...