Hotel La Baita
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was ok or either the daughter or grand daughter returned Maria would be there for our visit. Maria (Michaels cousin) phones us at tells us that the grandmother died on her watch and that they have to accompany the body back to Fagnano where they will hold the funeral tomorrow. The hospital will not hold the body they must take her home.
So we decide to visit them another day ...
... the strait that separates Italy from Sicily, the Strait of Messina and that was very picturesque. Lots to see on both sides through the binoculars. Had an Asian style buffet lunch, coffee and dessert downstairs, a nana nap and more swimming. The girls, Lance and Michelle went for a workout at the gym. We had a formal night for dinner and then off to the theatre to see Sir Elton John aka Neil Lockwood. Great end to a lovely cruisy ...
... Italian politics and way of life, we walked the little town and looked in some shops. We drove back to the house and checked out "The Olive Garden" or olive groves on the Turano property. The youngest tree was planted in 1905 and the rest are between 300-400 years old! At night we went to Cesare and Gina's house for an outdoor dinner (starting at 9:30 PM!), and once again, relaxed and enjoyed the fresh mountain air. I can definitely get used to ...
Today was very chill. I explored the hotel in Taormina a bit this morning. Okay, fine, I actually got lost trying to find everyone for breakfast, but I discovered little rooms that I wouldn't have otherwise seen! It used to be a monastery and there are still many artifacts and original hand-carved benches and prayer ...
... crazy! He even commented that my dad walks like my grandpa. It showed me how connected these small towns are, and that they are the epitome of community. I grew up listening to stories told by my parents and many other relatives about life in Italy; they are a part of who I am. But to be here in person and walk the cobble stoned streets, pick apricots from trees, and see faces that resemble loved ones makes me understand and appreciate my family so much more. I'm incredibly ...
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