Hotel Il Forno Antico
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Later after a walk around the old village, fair way down the road, sitting in the main square listening to the choir singing in the church, a film being made by a group of people and generally just checking the local scene (don't you just love that part of travel) whilst having a drink we decided it was so hot, hotel not good, why not discover Naples instead as Gilles and I had only ever passed through and Vicki had been a million ...
Tough day today. This afternoon, 2 hours were spent in the spa resort attached to the hotel which was inclusive in our accommodation as was the free cocktail drink Vicki and I had last night but best not to go there! Vicki also managed to loose herself in treatments for another 2 hours... She slept through them all but she looks great!! BUT we deserved it. Took off early to do the hike but it was ...
... we were resting in a lovely spot to suddenly see them appear again....boy can we move!! Great cafe stop at Galdo ..and had a bit of a rest after 2 hours and then off we choofed. The scenery was superb and the medieval villages especially Celso and Cannicchio, we walked through were so pretty and a few looked like picture postcards with money being spent to renovate the old buildings. Took an advised short cut on a road ...
... the road later on in the day, and not under foot in the countryside. Suffice to say we ended up climbing a mountain which we then had to climb up and down and round and back ...but Gilles was happy as we saw the museum Francis Copella is making in this town. Finally got directions from the local priest who took awhile to tell us, spoke English but very bad stammer....only tried a few times to offer the correct word, ...
... con and enjoyed a peaceful coffee. We then went for a stroll to this world heritage sight. Absolutely blown away by the condition of the greek temples, apparently the best known temples preserved in the world, and also vases and friezes in the museum from around 500 BC. So much history for this seaside area. The interesting part was their house plans were of very similar design as to the houses of today. Now 7pm with no lunch, about to have a 3 ...