Hotel Ristorante Calabrisella
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... the hotel. A gas station appeared around a corner so we decided to gas up just to make sure we had an ample supply of petrol. Just as we were starting to leave, Rob and Gretchen appeared. They had taken a wrong turn and were now back on the published route. It was a fortunate meeting as, it turns out, the GPS had the wrong coordinates for the hotel, The hotel was actually located about 10 K from where we were being sent. Rob rerouted and lead us ...
... anything that includes red onion. It was very sweet and tasty, so I guess they have a right to boast. Our fist dinner was a record low at 24euros (2 pizzas, 2 drinks, water, dessert), a popular pizza restaurant where we had to queue to get in - no wonder, at those prices!
It was a lovely relaxing 3 day break, after the madness and mahem of Taormina and no doubt the more gentrified but still touristy town of Sorrento coming ...
... of the Princess Theatre! We saw the green room, back stage space, and learned more of how they put on their shows. It was great!
Then we played La Havre again, followed by watching Dirty Jobs (the sky skraper window-washer episode) and ate some room service french fries.
We played Ticket to Ride and walked the promenade some before dinner.
We have really gotten to ...
The plan - get out of Naples as soon as possible this morning, and head down to the beaches of Calabria, a region considered by Northern Italians to be a backwater, dangerous and ruled by the mafia. Of course, plans rarely work out, so we were stuck in Naples for several more hours than intended, as we showed up at the train station only to find all the seats on the two early southbound trains to be fully booked, unless we wanted to stand on the train for nearly three ...
... Every seat was full I think. It's a national holiday here so that might have something to do with it. Luckily, it's the high speed train and it only takes just over an hour to get to Rome. That was train 2. I need to catch the train to the airport which runs every hour. That was Train 3. The airport in Rome is strange for check in. I had to reference the display board to see which section I check into. It took forever to check in and get through security. ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility