- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Sibarys Marina di Sibari
Travel Blogs from Marina di Sibari
... and their six kids lived there. We also saw his school, church, and, of course, stopped for some amazing gelato! We held on for dear life as our little car ventured round the narrow roads, but it was worth it when we stumbled upon this little village very high in the hills and stopped to look around. My dad started talking to this local man and when he told him our last name, the man was able to rattle off so many of our family members' names. He knew both sets of my grandparents! ...
... and started the 6 hour drive to Calabria. It was a beautiful drive, especially through the mountains, though I held my breath more than a few times as we zipped around the narrow roads! My dad enjoyed telling little stories along the way as much as we loved hearing them. Well, at least when I wasn't napping! Upon our arrival, we had a huge feast made for us by ...
... used to stay from time to time. Walked the streets and to the Staffelsee and back to Hotel, it is well under 10 degrees during the day now. Went to dinner which was fabulous and an older gentleman spoke to us, he saw I was wearing a traditional vest and assumed I was a local. Great chat, great food, great to be here. We will stay in Germany for a week or so, where not sure, then to Strasbourg France for the Christmas markets. See you again in a while, getting closer to home time ...
... I had never thought too much about the origin of licorice, even if a dedicated follower of chocolate bullets since childhood. It comes from a root, and has been used in China, in various concentrations and presentations, as medicine. The bush itself grows wild, and has defied attempts to transplant it to other locations within southern Italy.
With black tongues, headed off to see Rocca Imperiale. We'd spotted the castello on its rocky pinacle as we ...
... that was closed the other night, which Enzo, Adriana, and Federico all say is the best gelateria in Calabria. They weren't lying. The pistachio gelato was so good it actually made me sad--because I don't think I will ever be able to enjoy pistachio ice cream ever again, it will always be a let down compared to this. I am definitely going to try to go there again before I leave.