Hotel U Bais
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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... very trivial information. We did some shopping, grabbed a bite to eat, and returned to the Bus on time. The ride home was uneventful, I am certain the guide is paid by the word...she even was summarizing greek mythology and tragedies that were to have been played in the Greek Theater we visited. Departure was at 4:30 pm, as the ship population gather on the port side to witness later ...
... of her at some sort of award ceremonies in New York. We were just so surprised to stumble upon this in a very small obscure old Italian country village. So, as you can perhaps imagine, the meal was great and in fact the only issue was that we eventually had to put our hands up and suggest that maybe we'd had enough courses. I mean, the food just kept coming and it was all totally home made, including the best pasta I've ever tasted. Breakfast the next morning ...
... rim of Mount Eta which is an active volcano and had its last eruption in the 1990s. However we were assured that it was safe as the volcano is currently quiet. We didn't go to the top because it takes about 3 hrs to get up there on cable car and 4 wheel tractor, but walked to one of the lower rims. Amazing landscape with black earth and lots of pumice stone laying around. At a nearby cafe they gave us cannoli to sample ...
We left Reggio Calabria just before sunrise and negotiated our way across the Messina Strait. This is a really small stretch of water between mainland Italy and Sicily but it is ridiculously busy with large car ferries and passenger ferries belting across from one side to the other. You feel like a little cork in the water when they steam past ! After this we made our way along the coast of Sicily and arrived quite early for us in Milazzo. It's a ...
... the Messina Strait. We could see mount Etna popping through the clouds on Sicily. I can't believe we've come this far, it all feels a bit unreal. We arrived in Reggio Calabria with some bouncy sea and challenging winds for mooring but Aggie does not shy away from theses challenges ! We are moored in a tiny marina in a busy port, with very large car ferries rushing in and out. Must remember to avoid them in the morning when we leave !!! 62 miles travelled ...