La Bruca Resort - Mediterranean Wellbeing
Travel Blogs from Scalea
... finding that as we head further south people do not speak much English. The owner was very nice and gave all of us a large dinner plate. Don't know if I will be able to carry home. Experienced difficulty getting through to our destination as the road had been closed due to landslides. Finally worked our way back to the major road and arrived about 7 pm. Wonderful seaside/fishing village. The weather much better today so did a bit of exploring around the town and surrounding areas on ...
... a week . The weather is not helping us here. This afternoon we meet Kellie who has flown in from Hamburg.
Yesterday we drove (in a bus - the car will stay in the garage here in Sorrento) to Amalfi and everthing we had been told about this drive is true. I have great respect for SITA bus drivers. We went on a little further to Minori and Maori - our favourites - far from the madding tourists - walked a little ...
... huit et le grand splash au même moment ...En tout cas, il a du succès l'amerloc, invité par les autochtones du coin et des americains résidants depuis une décennie à Sapri. Une ville balnéaire ni super belle , ni super touristique, à part les Napolitains en mal de kilomètres viennent bousculer la torpétude de ses plages.
Le sable est noir sur ses plages, pavillonées et contrôlées par des tours génoises : une vrai peur paranoiaque envers les invasions successives ...
We opted for the direct route this morning as the two longer routes were very long and included 100 to 120 K of auto strata riding. The direct route took us on secondary roads along the coast and sounded much more pleasant. An ocean breeze cooled us as we rode and looked for the next hooker hangout. Once we hit the Amalfi Coast, sandy beaches turned to shear rock cliffs diving into the bluest sea you have ever ...
... This was such a contrast to an English train, where you try and be as quiet and inconspicuous as possible in order to respect your neighbours... I think we were the only 2 non-Italians on that train, and when we reached Maratea, it seemed like we were the only 2 English speaking people in town.
Perhaps it was the fact that it wasn't overrun with English, Australians, Americans, Germans etc, like the other parts of Italy universally are, that made it feel like we ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed