Ristorante Albergo La Casa di Gianna
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- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
- Hot tub
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... was expensive?) about where we go next. We did have every intention of going to Sicily but the more we talk about it the less we are inclined. Beaches and quaint towns and villages are all very well but we get the greatest pleasure from walking and unless we come across some compelling evidence in the next day or so that Sicily is a walker's paradise with campsites in the heart of walking country then we may start heading back north. I'll let you ...
Valletta in Malta and the island in general seems to be full of package tour high rises and lots of Europeans on holiday, principally extremely voluble Italians and sunburnt Brits. The Knights of Saint John and World War 2 have left their marks on the island, as has cheap tourism and global brand shopping. Medina on its tall hill was another stunning golden stone town full of ...
After 5 and a half years i returned to Spilinga. I had a flight from Amsterdam to Rome then Rome to Lamezia Terme.. Funny enough i ran into my friends mother who was traveling home to Spilinga as well. In the winter the town is the definition of ghost town. You walk from where we live which is at the beginning of the town to the end in a matter of minutes. If you walk in the town and an old lady or ...
... looking scrub forested land.
The highway stops for services were much like we have in North America and no matter what angle I tried I could not make them very photogenic!
Our B & B, as it is self described, needed for us to have four pair of sharp eyes to see the turn off sign and a ring of the entry gate to allow us to enter. we have pleasant motel style rooms in the middle of nowhere, but quiet we assume unless there are more trains or roosters than ...
... Salvatore grows oranges, lemons, figs and onions and we were sent off with a bag of these when we left the next morning..... lovely hospitality. From what we saw, Calabria is like the South Coast in the 80s: sugar cane growing on the side of the road, sea sand on the road, low ugly architecture. In fairness, we didn't go to the beach, but of all the places in Italy, I wouldn't rush back there as I find it ...