Hotel U Bais
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... is awesome, the father we all should have, and should try to be ... Le vita belle ... A beautiful life ... And so began our life lessons while we prepared pasta sauce, and had an excellent meal with Victorio and four other guests. Only just got here and wish we were staying longer than our three nights ...
As much as we love seeing the sights on shore tours, we also love sea days. On these days, we have nowhere to be and nothing planned. So I have rolled two days of travel blog into one because, you know, holiday laziness.
The weather was spectacular on both days; brilliant sunshine very conducive to lying on a deckchair and reading. This is more my thing that Gary’s so I found several comfy spots ...
... turned it into an amphitheatre. It had 3 high archways as entrances, 2 still standing and one now a big gap after WW2 damage. However, as you get a dramatic view of Mt Etna through the gap the guide indicated it was not likely to be fixed.
The option to walk around the top was only accepted by a couple, the rest of us headed out for water, gelato or granita (crushed ice and fruit). We had granita. Our choice was three flavours of ice shavings ...
... figured 'oh what the heck' and so replied that we would love to eat in at the B&B that evening. Well, upon our arrival after a few little side trips thanks to Travis and his slightly inaccurate Sat Nav system, we were greeted by the lovely lady of the house and her very kind and helpful husband. First thing the husband advised us was that although his wife ran the business she couldn't speak a word of English and so he would be our interpreter for the ...
... 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 ...