- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Marina di Sibari
... and dry bread required. 15.11.14 Cassino to Rovereto Spent the day travelling north on the Autostrada with the aim of getting lots of miles under our belt to head out of Italy. Arrived at the Mercure Rovereto just before dark in the pouring rain. Checked in, had a drink and dinner then off to bed. This Hotel is in an ideal situation, Autostrada near the front and the main rail line out the back. When we were not listening to loud Italians in the corridors we battled the ...
The further south we travelled, the state of the Italian econmy or the impact of the GFC became more apparent. Hotels, resorts, large buildings, small buildings, housing estates, houses, all abandoned in various stages of completion. Older buildings and homes were not immune either, and fields that once were cropped now overgrown with weeds.
Finding a hotel that was actually open was becoming the challenge of the day. We went off our intended track ...
Tonight was Matilde's class play. They did the Little Mermaid and Matilde played Ursula. Normally, I would probably say that doing a class play of a Disney movie is boring, but I appreciated it because it was nice to know what was going on without having to understand the dialogue. Also, the costumes were ADORABLE!
After the performance we all went out for gelato. We went to ...
When I was a little girl, I asked my mom where chicken came from because I didn't realize that the chicken I ate came from chicken, the animal.
Today at lunch I was mildy horrified when Adriana spooned a bunch of tentacles onto my plate. Unlike chicken, octopus ...
... on top of each other, here the two gelato flavors are served side by side in the cone. I got half pistachio gelato and half amaretto gelato, and it was unbelievably delicious.
While we were in the gelateria, I saw a couple of people order gelato to-go, like how Americans will sometimes get hand-packed pints. I now understand where the concept of "Neapolitan" ice ...