Hotel Piccolo Mondo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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San Vito Lo Capo, lovely town although tastefully touristic with fab beaches all around.. Had a lovely walk into the town centre followed by a tasty ice cream, lots here and quite tasteful for a tourist destination but lucky for us it's out of season but still busy enough for a nice atmosphere... We never did find the two fresh fish ...
... the kid's mother were devastated. After Segesta, my only chore for the day was to get some lunch on the way back. The kids have been homesick for the last few days and getting jack of travelling. Today, driving around in Paceco (the little town near the hotel) I reached my limit as well. It was just a frustrating experience. We were there as siesta was getting underway, the streets are too narrow and the other drivers too fast. None of the signs made sense to me and ...
... 2 blond kids was in line at this point etc etc. and we had people arguing on our behalf. That was until Mitch set off the fire alarm!! I can now comfortably order wine, cappuccinos, gelatos, bread, ham, cheese and pay parking fines in Italian! No other Italian seems necessary. So after a rocky start we fell in love with the cute little village of Scopello, the view, it's beautiful beaches and felt a bit sad about leaving. Next stop, Lipari island which is part of the Aeolian ...
Około 9.30 wyjechaliśmy z Gdańska w kierunku lotniska w Modlinie. Wybraliśmy dojazd drogą S7 na Warszawę, zamiast autostrady, bo Modlin jest jeszcze przed Warszawą, jadąc z północnej strony. Poza tym jest sporo odcinków dwupasmowych. Droga do Modlina zajęła nam około 5 godzin, z małą przerwą na jedzonko w MacDonaldzie.
O 14.30 dotarliśmy do długo ...
... everywhere you look -- from the medieval, cobble-stoned streets, the chiesas (churches) and castles, ceramics and arts, to the mountains and sea!
Food, conference, accommodation all included in my 500Euros registration for the week. The food was a pleasant surprise -- each one a two-course meal of local cuisine with different restaurants. I love seafood and there's no shortage in Sicily!