Travel Blogs from Falerna
... 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 ...
... girls with cameras photographing him. I took a video of him painting, so if you are interested in what I saw, you can find the link at the bottom. I was impressed by the respect this elderly man commanded. I hope that when I am 80 I am doing something so meaningful and creative. In America, the elderly are no longer valued and are typically considered burdens on the young. Old people are useless and not even valued for their knowledge anymore. So if I ...
... 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 ...
... line. We had some shopping time before we had lunch at a great restaurant with another fantastic view, Taorima is one of those places you might want on your bucket list! We left after lunch to drive to Messina where we drove our coach onto the ferry to go to the mainland of Italy from Sicily. We floated over the bluest water you can imagine. Our ride was about ...
... for supper (I think that's one down from a trattoria). Extremely small, but very welcoming with home style cooking. We had an excellent meal with giant glasses of local wine.
It was about 10:00pm when we started to look for our car. I don't like to admit things like this, but it took about 45 minutes to do so. Clearly, entering a place in the light is different to leaving it in the dark! Anne fortunately smiled all the way! Lovely day.
Regards to all.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility