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- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Lipari
... Australia or in Canada. Our tour company friend, who was fluent in English, seemed to disappear and a couple of young lads were left to escort us on our tour. There was just one other couple on the boat with us. There was no safety briefing, no life jackets given to us and no commentary as we chugged out and past the picturesque village. So far, so good! We rounded the point and the blackened side of the volcano loomed up large ahead. The boat ...
... from a boat called Albatross that cabin boy had acquired when getting a guided tour the night before. He has his uses!! As we landed on shore we noticed there was lots of jelly fish who seemed to like basking on the warm springs then beaching themselves to dry out! This took away from the attraction some what as the long stringy tentacles looked like they could be ...
... and mud baths for the girls. A calm night on anchor in low winds in quiet bay watching the volcano erupt sounded fab! Saying of the day from Scott " will be good to see it spewing like a cabin boy". Not to be ..... after searching for that quiet calm bay the winds and sea picked up again so we head to Lipari Island where there is a small port with shelter. Eric spots a school of Dolphins jumping in the waves and tells us all ...
... visible today, bubbling away like a witch's cauldron. The lunch stop was at Lingua, a sleepy little town on the far side of Salina. Of the couple of places open, we chose Il Gambero, on the waterfront. George ordered in his best Italian until the waiter interrupted in a good Aussie accent and said 'thought I'd see how good your Italian was before I interrupted....not bad' The lunch was spectacularly good - I'm including a photo of mine. We were some distance from the ...
... can say they did! Then off to see the piazza di spagna and Spanish steps (also a little underwhelming due to the hundreds of street peddlers - they even started arguing with each other as they both offered me a rose at the same time and the church at the top of the steps was covered in scaffolding and canvas adverts!) we did see another wedding while we were there. We caught a taxi back and then fell into ...