Hotel Ristorante Borgo La Tana
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
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Having finished our lunch in Civita we make our way to Morano Calabro another hilltop town in Calabria. I'm really keen to visit as it's the first town in Calabria on this trip that I have never visited. It's wonderful discovering new places they add a new dimension to the holiday. The town is really pretty nestled on the side of a mountain, it has been named one of the most beautiful towns in Italy. We want to visit the castle and begin driving up but we miss the ...
Today we went to Praia A Mare. It's roughly a 2 hour drive from Fagnano Castello up the coast.
We hire beach umbrellas and beach chairs till early afternoon and relax and swim in the beautiful ocean. Praia A Mare also has a blue grotto where you can either take a tour for €5 per person or hire paddle boats like we did for €12 per person and oddly yourself there and jump in for a swim.
Michael and Gabriel ...
... lunch at a cafe on the beach and trying to regain our energy to find our hotel, it was wonderful....took us straight there without an extra step. So thanks! As for today's hike....it was so beautiful but so so hot. Views of a magnificent coastline only got better the higher we climbed. View the other side of mountain scenery. And between the consistent markers painted on rocks of red & white stripes ( which is how I prefer to ...
We left Stresa on Lake Maggiore in Lombardy at 8.30 am to go to Venice. On the way we stopped at Sirmione on Lake Garda.
The coach had to park outside the town and we walked in. Antonia asked if any of us wanted to go on a speed boat trip around the island so we put up our hands for that. Was a great experience and we saw the Roman ruins and the castle from the sea. He took us along the moat at the end and under the drawbridge ...
... out of that state. I assumed the government helps them, but that despite this help they remain homeless due to some kind of lack-of-will or drug problem. Though this never made sense to me, but is the reason why you should just keep walking past them in the street. I'm coming to realise that it's not that easy to get out of being homeless, and easier to fall into it than many people like to admit. Imagine how depressed you'd be if you spent your whole day crouched, begging ...