La Castellana Residence Club
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My parents went to La Sila, a large mountain range, for picnics as children, so we decided to spend the afternoon there. The views were breathtaking (and nerve wracking) on the way up, but we made it! We went to this restaurant and were welcomed in this wine tasting room with some sparkling wine, foccaccia (I thought of you, Mike!) and prosciutto that is sliced right in front of you. It was some of the best prosciutto I have ever had! After some ...
... with paintings, busts, and pottery. So cool to be in a hotel with such history. It took about 4 hours to make our way back to Calabria, then we hung out at the Turano house, took naps, and got ready for a party the Turanos threw. It was a gathering of extended family and we just relaxed and enjoyed the beautiful ...
... crazy! He even commented that my dad walks like my grandpa. It showed me how connected these small towns are, and that they are the epitome of community. I grew up listening to stories told by my parents and many other relatives about life in Italy; they are a part of who I am. But to be here in person and walk the cobble stoned streets, pick apricots from trees, and see faces that resemble loved ones makes me understand and appreciate my family so much more. I'm incredibly ...
We landed safely and were greeted warmly by my dad and Tony. However, no party van for us! The rental car company in Rome claimed we "canceled the reservation" (which in Italian translates to "there was a taxi strike so we are saving the van to make some extra cash"). Apparently, my dad let them have it! We split up into two cars and my dad, Joe, Amanda, and I went with ...
... Bruce off and found the on ramp for our ferry. Got on and over to Villa San Giovanni. Had a terrible drive north in the storms but booked into the lovely Italian Hotels in Cosenza. Clean, comfortable and safe parking, now a nice dinner and a good nights sleep. Had trouble with our shower the temperature control did not work, Jen saw the hotel staff who doubted us until another English speaking Italian lady who checked it out in our room confirmed it for us, we have been ...