Il Borghetto Hotel & Residence
Travel Blogs from Marina di Sibari
... the previous day, and felt a closer look was needed. The road wound up the mountain top, and even though TT and the road signs indicated we could drive further, didn't. Thank heavens.
Walked up, around and through the castello. As with all these structures, a battered and blodied history. Its in an ongoing state of restoration, but still worth the visit. After paying our entry fee, there were no other tourists, so our blackened tongues didn't matter.
Tonight was Matilde's class play. They did the Little Mermaid and Matilde played Ursula. Normally, I would probably say that doing a class play of a Disney movie is boring, but I appreciated it because it was nice to know what was going on without having to understand the dialogue. Also, the costumes were ADORABLE!
After the performance we all went out for gelato. We went to ...
When I was a little girl, I asked my mom where chicken came from because I didn't realize that the chicken I ate came from chicken, the animal.
Today at lunch I was mildy horrified when Adriana spooned a bunch of tentacles onto my plate. Unlike chicken, octopus ...
... place, but she was outvoted because Enzo, Federico, and Adriana all wanted to go another. However, Matilde ended up winning because when we drove by the other gelateria we discovered that it had closed for the night. In Italy, most businesses don't have set hours; storeowners just open and close their shops whenever they want to.
While we were in the car, Lily ...
So I saw this really cool craft on Pintrest where you make playdough, roll it out, and then use two people's thumbprints to overlap and make a heart. Bake the playdough and you've got yourself a heart-shaped fingerprint pendant. I thought it would be fun to use Federico and Matilde's fingerprints and make a Christmas ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool