- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... continued! However after another half hour or so the path had become quite treacherous so we decided to turn back and headed for home!
On return we changed then took the car to Cropani......it was siesta time and was closed.......so we headed back to the coast to find a lunch stop.
In the evening we enjoyed another fabulous ...
.........on arrival at the gate to the Agricultural Tourism destination we thought we might have made a dreadful mistake! Thankfully, once the gate was opened and we then drove for about half a mile up a very bumpy unmade road, we arrived at the house and impressions got better and better and better! Again we are the only guests but we are bring very well looked after ...
... the boat was crashing about. Aggie rustled up a lovely meal very quickly, and then we all had a siesta ! The town us quite busy with Italians on holiday and it has some great places to buy fresh fish, which we will do before we leave tomorrow. We are all looking forward to a good nights sleep with the boat keeping still ! 70 miles ...
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 ...
Very pleased today to be at sea. It's been non stop for us for over two weeks now - so really nice to just chill and do nothing much. Which is exactly what we did. Late breakfast, swim in the adults pool at the far end of the boat. The seawater was smooth, calm and glassy and we passed the volcanic island of Stromboli which was steaming away nicely. Looked very ethereal with all the sea mist and the glassy water. Then we sailed ...