Hotel Ipomea Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ipomea Club Santa Maria di Ricadi
Travel Blogs from Santa Maria di Ricadi
... than we have seen so far. The family run restaurant as part of the complex (I use the word complex loosely) opened at 7:00. We are Canadians so we sat on their patio and watched the olive wood being brought in for the pizza oven, the oven being lit, the pizza dough being kneed into balls and stored in the warming drawer, the pizzas being made and thrown, the pizzas being topped, baked and then either delivered to us or into boxes as they were picked up. ...
... The owner, Salvatore, was a real character, and insisted we eat lunch when we arrived at 4pm - Nuka had a gamberi pasta (Domenica eating prawns!!!!), Lia a Carbonara, Paolo Vongole and I had a Sicilia pasta - wonderful home cooked food with homemade bread out of Salvatore's pizza oven. We were instructed to report back for pizzas had 9.30pm, which we duly did, after lying down for a few hours to mentally ...
... cemetery. Nek minit he offered to show us around the commune building. He had his granddaughter with him who seemed fascinated with our accents. He took us into large offices and gave us booklets on various aspects of Mammola. There was a computer in one office but I couldn't help noticing the folders in cupboards dating back to 2006 that in our bureaucracy would have been archived. The desks had piles of paper on them and I couldn't ...
... ravioli. We ended up with an extra salad of roast vegetables though. Whilst eating two men came in and one started to chat to Don about his relatives. He wrote down his connection to Lisa through Paulo in Canada. I think a nephew?? Other people ventured in and it felt like you were the exhibit in a zoo- the strange Australians lol. Just when we thought we could leave Don got convinced to have an espresso and limoncello. Our bill arrived and was only !! Unbelievably ...
... ready for a late night as the game started at 12. I slept and Don stayed up till 3am. He was reluctant to get moving in the morning. After a brekkie of fruit, chocolate croissant and cake we were on the road. To get out of Isola was a logistically nightmare! The GP s was correct but that road was cut off due to construction so we did 35 min circuit of town till we finally found our way. Our backs were sore as the beds in southern Italy tend to be very hard so we weren't in the ...