Mediterraneo Palace Hotel

Address: Via Dogana 64, Amantea, Calabria, 87032, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Dogana 64, Amantea.
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    Travel Blogs from Amantea

    On the Road Again

    A travel blog entry by negardner on Aug 15, 2014

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    A 4:30 start had us pack our final few things and then follow the coast line to the airport as the sun rose over the ocean. Not many beach goers at this hour but we did see one or two people out, believe it or not. There was a dog laying on the pavement sound asleep. Probably found it cooler there although he/she does live dangerously I must say. After a long wait in what didn't seem like a very long line-up, we checked in at Lamezia ...

    Wrapping Up

    A travel blog entry by negardner on Aug 14, 2014

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    ... as our backdrop. We laughed and cried until we couldn't avoid saying goodbye any longer. I think I've already described what this trip has meant to me in my daily rambles but I have a few last thoughts before we start our long journey home. I will leave here wiser because of my aunts and Alberto's mom and their solid example of perseverance in the face of anything, their dedication to family, their commitment to principles and tradition ...

    Last Beach Day and End of Summer Bash

    A travel blog entry by negardner on Aug 13, 2014

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    ... and dancing. Even my aunts got into the spirit and joined the conga line and were constantly being dragged in to dance. Truth be told, I think they loved it!! The wonderful thing here is that families attend these things, so you have children dancing with their siblings, their cousins, parents and grandparents. It was wonderful to watch and be part of. A young man I didn't even know dragged me into a conga line!! My cousin Antonio was in his glory. I don't know how many ...

    Traditional Baking and Fancy Night Out

    A travel blog entry by negardner on Aug 12, 2014

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    ... and a bread made with "lievito madre". This literally means yeast of the mother and is yeast that has been continuously cultivated and renewed for over 100 years. They were given some 6 years ago when the restaurant opened and they add to it every day to keep it active. If the person that does this is on holidays, someone else is entrusted to take their place. What a concept.
    The drive back was interesting as Rob has never driven these highways at night time. As ...

    Exploring and Burning Rubber in Southern Italy

    A travel blog entry by negardner on Aug 11, 2014

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    ... I also had the best lemon granita (like a slushy but much more elegant!) I have ever tasted. This is a very pretty town and the houses are almost orange in colour as opposed to the grayish, beige, yellow tones we've seen. Also, the streets are lined with gelato places making it even more of a must see! This is where Rob burned rubber in Pizzo as we had to back track and do multiple u-turns to get into the gelato place parking lot. He may be a "snowflake" ...