Hotel La Baita
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... and I saw the collections of painted glass through the windows, I knew I made the better choice. Everything was so beautiful and delicate, and I couldn't wait to see what we would be doing. The first thing we did was listen to an Italian employee give us a brief introduction to the company and ceramics. Apparently ceramics carries into other fields, from fashion (in clothing), to making decorative beak covers for geese. I kid you not. This man asked if we ...
We started the morning with just about as much exercise as climbing Mt, Etna! We went to a Sicilian dance studio to learn some Sicilian dances and we had a ball. Everyone was really into it. You must have them demonstrate when they gets home! Then we drove on down the coast Taormina where we visited a Greek amphitheater with fantastic views of Mt. Etna and the ...
... for supper (I think that's one down from a trattoria). Extremely small, but very welcoming with home style cooking. We had an excellent meal with giant glasses of local wine.
It was about 10:00pm when we started to look for our car. I don't like to admit things like this, but it took about 45 minutes to do so. Clearly, entering a place in the light is different to leaving it in the dark! Anne fortunately smiled all the way! Lovely day.
Regards to all.
... to enter as a street name. In today's case the actual street name was one word but the address on the hotel booking is 4 words and the GPS did not recognize all the words. After asking directions a couple of times we eventually arrived at the hotel. Tomorrow we get down to the bottom of Italy where we take the ferry to ...
... as you leave town." Then, when the young man claimed we were headed to a "desert," our anxiousness to see our destination was even greater! When we got off at the train station, we left the building and realized we were in the middle of nowhere! Fields and mountains surrounded us and there wasn't a soul in sight. Finally, our camp director picked us up and drove us into the real Catanzaro, which is more lively and populated than we had imagined.
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