Travel Blogs from Casamicciola Terme
... It was so interesting, and there is so much to see. There is a bit of a crazy numbering system on the map which I followed for a while, till I got totally lost and just went with the flow. My selfies have definately improved, though it will be funny to make an album of all the failed ones... Mainly of me frowning with the effort of trying to include the nice backgrounds!
It was another scorching hot day, till the thunder storm struck... For a brief moment I did wonder ...
It was so lovely to be able to sleep in but being so used to early starts most of us were up before 8 o'clock. It was a leisurely morning and after breakfast we headed out to the laundry. The others chose to hand wash their clothes.....a major feat considering how many they had!! More wandering, shopping for yummy things ...
... pastries. What distinguishes Sardinian pastry is the use of pig lard for fat and honey for sugar. The torrone (Sardinian version of nougat), with honey instead of sugar, and almonds, hazelnuts, and walnuts (all locally produced); the torrone capital of Sardinia is Tonara (Nuoro province): just going there is worth your time. [add listing]Drink Cannonau is a very strong red wine. Beware! Monica di Sardegna is a lighter, more accessible red wine. Mirto is an ...
... on the roof. All quite amazing. Monday was departure day. Warrick and Clare headed off to Venice while we caught the train to Naples and then Sorrento. The platform for the Sorrento train was really crowded and everyone was pushing and shoving to get on (Tokyo style). Chris managed to get in the middle of the open area while I ended up near the train's door. At the next couple of stations more people squeezed in. A while later ...
... as we walked to the beach, and we ended up walking out with them; a woman and man and a teenaged boy pushing a wheelbarrow full of olives. My spoken Italian is poor and they did not speak English. Our communication consisted of lots of smiles and agreement that it had been a giorno bellisimo. We walked into Narone a few minutes before 6pm and saw that a couple we had befriended at the beach were waiting at the bus stop. They had been told there would be ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center