La Castellana Residence Club
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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13.11.14 Cefalu Sicily to Cosenza Calabria Left our lovely Hotel this morning to Messina and to the Ferry. Jenny counted 62 tunnels in 140 Kilometres some over 2 Kilometres long, we spent more time underground than above ground. Bruce took us to the Ferry on ramp and we lined up with all the trucks, when we got to the front and showed our ticket the security man told us we were with the wrong company and had to go three kilometres down the road. Keep calm John, so with Jenny's help ...
... growth around the resort. When we walked down to the swimming pool area, the view of a shimmering Tyrrhenian Sea was simply spectacular...absolutely breath taking! Looking upwards towards the 20 meter statue of Christ the Redeemer perched some 300 meters above us blessing the entire region of Maratea and other small coastal communities, we were convinced that the next few days would be filled with delightful explorations of an area that appeared to be one ...
... car was. He motioned to me to follow him and off we went until we found the car. Hmmm...this car looked like it had been in a bit of a demolition derby as there were quite a few scratched and dents on most of the corners. When I mentioned this to the attendant, he looked at me and calmly stated: "no problem, there will be more!".
He deftly pulled the little Fiat out from a very tight parking spot and we checked and documented all of the dents and scrapes that ...
... on a vintage Vespa going in the opposite direction. Then he saw another and yet another.
Curiosity piqued he turned the PX125 around and followed them down a side road and stumbled upon a meeting of Vespa Club Maddaloni.
"They could not have made me more welcome," said Paul. Bread, salami and wine was proffered and gratefully accepted as our Mod told English-speaking Tony Antinozzi ...
... resort town that hangs off the edge of a cliff. At the moment it isn't the summer season so the town is quiet. We sat on the beach for an hour and Alex had his first swim in the Mediterranean Sea. It was really cold in the water but it didn't bother him until his legs went numb. We dried him off and wandered around the village to find something for lunch. Hanging out the washing (off the balcony like a good Italian) it started ...