Italiana Hotels Cosenza
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of claustrophobia. New discovery for me. Thank you Meg and John :)
All our flights went as planned and we, along with our suitcases (which I do always consider a miracle) arrived home to a warm greeting (not warm weather though...yikes!!) from Rose and Uncle Leo. They had cappelletti soup and my favourite...long green beans done in a salad, waiting for us. If I wasn't so tired I would have eaten more!! It was delish and absolutely hit ...
... as our backdrop. We laughed and cried until we couldn't avoid saying goodbye any longer. I think I've already described what this trip has meant to me in my daily rambles but I have a few last thoughts before we start our long journey home. I will leave here wiser because of my aunts and Alberto's mom and their solid example of perseverance in the face of anything, their dedication to family, their commitment to principles and tradition ...
... at least 30 on the Celsius scale so I'm not sure how much cooling will happen!). Alberto was busy rigging up the old fridge to act as a big cooler for tonight's "bar" and he and the kids were engraving bar signs into big stones he brought home from the beach. He is the poster child for the saying "necessity is the mother of invention". The "Western" themed bash was fraught with cowboys, saloon girls and more. There were "pistols" blazing, cowboy hats twirling and non ...
... than I thought and I will totally try this at home. While we baked, Rob went for a walk into town and took some beautiful pictures from different vantage points. I never tire of looking at pictures of Cleto or of taking them. They tease me every time the camera comes out and compare me to my cousin Rose when it comes to being kodak moment obsessed!! They sure love looking at them though as I load them onto my ipad multiple times a day and bring it with me for them to ...
... a country that is so small, the elevation, vegetation and rock formations change with what seems like enormous frequency. We headed towards Catanzaro and then south through and alongside many beach towns. We stopped at Lido San Leo ( how fitting) and walked onto the beach where the water was very calm compared to what we've seen on the Mediterranean side and also a different, almost greenish colour. This is actually a gulf called Golfo di Squillace ...