Le Colline Del Gelso
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Today we set off on a longer day trip to see Devil's bridge. To be fair, the trip was great, and Devil's bridge was nice to see, but it was a heck of a trip to get there !! Not helped by our satnav which decided to take us on a 10km detour only to bring us back to where we ...
Today we leave Tropea to head back to Fagnano. It's been a wonderful stay despite the discomfort of the hotel. If you want to stay anywhere on the eastern Italian coast in summer book at least 12 months ahead not weeks as you will end up like us!
We were supposed to stop off in Fuscaldo where one of Michaels cousins is staying for the summer. They have a caravan and park ...
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 ...
Today was very chill. I explored the hotel in Taormina a bit this morning. Okay, fine, I actually got lost trying to find everyone for breakfast, but I discovered little rooms that I wouldn't have otherwise seen! It used to be a monastery and there are still many artifacts and original hand-carved benches and prayer ...
Today was the reason my family came to Italy! We met friends and relatives of my mom's, including my 87 year old great aunt Marietta who cried happy tears when she saw us. They are all such warm, loving people; they instantly hug you tightly and make you feel like you're home. We toured my dad's hometown and saw the house he grew up in. He knows the people who currently live there so we were able to go inside and look around to try and visualize what it looked like when ...