Hotel Camping Cecita dul Lago
Travel Blogs from Longobucco
... I had never thought too much about the origin of licorice, even if a dedicated follower of chocolate bullets since childhood. It comes from a root, and has been used in China, in various concentrations and presentations, as medicine. The bush itself grows wild, and has defied attempts to transplant it to other locations within southern Italy.
With black tongues, headed off to see Rocca Imperiale. We'd spotted the castello on its rocky pinacle as we ...
... charitable quest.
Tony passed on Paul's tale to club president Vincenzo "Enzo" d'Angelo and the boys took our Mod to their big Italian hearts.
"Great guys," gushed Paul.
Moving on Paul passed through Paestum on the SS18 coastal road and "beautiful town after beautiful town".
But the weather system hanging around this part of Italy means frequent rain and that had the ...
... worked. It is up in the mountains so all of the farming is done on terraces, very hard work. Its been so nice not to be rushing around to get to places to see or get to a tour on time. We have done a couple of drives to Paulo to see the Sanctuary of San Francesco and the nearby village of Corsenza.
Went to the cemetary to see the Tozzo family plots.
Took a day trip to Tropea today. Its ...
... among trees. It was great to sit and rest. Guess what I had - pizza and wine and Edie had apple tart and hot chocolate (much stronger than at home with no froth on top). We continued up until we had had enough and then sauntered down hill. We had about 3 hours there and I found it a beautiful place. But living or staying in a steep village is not our ideal. The motor launch took us back at 4.05 and for ...
... flavours so far, not sure
if we're going to have enough days to get through them all!
We started off in the morning by going to the markets in Castiglione del
Fiorente. We looked around all the stores and bought a few things. I
bought a black and yellow digital watch, Shayna bought some black and
white leggings, Dad bought a suitcase to put all our ...