Villaggio Vascellero Club Resort
Travel Blogs from Cariati
... another. Clearly they were practicing the world’s oldest profession and I’m not talking bread baking. 3) We stopped for lunch in a small town and wandered into the first open restaurant we found. The owner of the restaurant was a motorcyclist and proudly showed us his moto: A 17-year-old Suzuki Virago in mint condition. He showed us the lights he had added and all of the chrome plated fixens, beaming with pride. ...
... east coast of the mainland and then northwest to Tropea where we are staying tonight. The roads today were much more like what I was expecting from having been on the moto tour of the Tuscany region of Italy: narrow hairpin turns whilst climbing the hillsides leading to gradual sweepers to entertain you before the next set of hairpin turns. And why is there always a large delivery truck belching diesel fumes headed towards you on the other side ...
... was a Severino. After that they were all in a buzz naming relatives and pointing out graves and letting us know if there was anything we needed just let then know. We then made our way to the house that jakes Nonna grew up in. Our directions were: pass the tap and go up the stairs, then turn left at the church and find an deaf man. We got as far as the church and asked a local who could tell we were form Australia straight away then he pointed us to the house. Jake knocked ...
... property and finish
it which then would make and prefect Vacation spot or maybe even more.
I parked the SX in Brindisi , parking and landing fees are very cheap , but NO AVGAS here and in Foggia about 100 miles to the North they charged $18 for gallon, and no wonder there is no General Aviation in Italy.
At the Lecce Airport not far from my friend Carlo I inquired about Hangar space , beautiful built out Airport and Terminal with everything in ...
... curbside, watching us try to turn the corner and then try to park the car. They were quite amused.
The room was very nice! It was in a 17th century building with a modern interior. It was Sunday, around 2:00PM and everything was closed. No lunch for us. We had some nuts and a cereal bar in our room. We took a small nap and then headed out to look around and find somewhere to eat. The person at the hotel gave us a ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking