Hotel Nicotera Beach
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This is a great area to come for a slow down and relax, beach stay at the bottom of the boot of Italy.
Our apartment is in a resort complex with an fantastic terrace and pool on the roof.
The kids loved swimming all day and we loved watching the stunning and beautiful sunsets each night up there.
Tropea is a cool town with a great vibe and many restaurants and little streets.
... a spicy burger and he had mine and I had his.
I had a couple of bites then I noticed that it was Dad's. It was hot.
We walked back to Mum and she was still inside there.
Riley and I got a mini gun. They are super cool and Zara got a Barbie that is a mermaid.
We drove to another beach and of course it was on the bottom of a cliff, lots of stairs.
Today we arrived at a new stay.
And this stay is a resort an there is like 15 units and a pool bar. And we ended up driving into a nearby town called Tropea. But when we got home we got on our swimmers and jumped straight in the pool.
And we played in there for about 2 hours.
Ended up as a good moving day.
Today is the second day and today we drove to Tropea and we walked around and I like this town it has a really ...
... region in the early 20th century). Where we are is a fertile plain full of orange groves. To the north, the coastline gets a bit more rocky and the town of Nicotera sits on the hill about 6 km away. We can see the volcanic peaks of the Aeolian Islands out to sea. They are part of the chain of volcanoes that link Vesuvius near Naples with Etna on Sicily.
We have had big discussions tonight (over our 1 euro glass of wine - who ...
The birthplace of Archimedes(you remember the book Mr Archimedes bath) and chosen island for Mafia. There are quite a few mafia type souvenirs around the little shops, along with lava from Mt Etna, which was smoking satisfactorily when we were leaving. Lots of tiny streets in the old town, plus, of course, high end shops and tourists, but not as many as other places. Antiquities too and I would have liked to spend more time here and less in ...