Parco dei Principi Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... some places weren't open on Tuesday afternoon and it reminded us of Filomena saying never travel on a Tuesday. The restaurant Moulin Rouge wasn't open so we went to Le Bottiga de Sapori. It had everything Stocco. The waiter had lived in Canada so he had good English. He sorted my no carne no pesche dilemma and then just kept bringing out dishes for Don to enjoy Stocco in many different ways. It was in oil, a tomato bean mix, thinly sliced, ...
... souvenirs and panini for our fritters and headed to the montania. Again the roads were narrow, winding and steep. We found a spot to eat and the farmer came out to see what we were doing. Next stop the cemetery for nearly 2 hours. We saw graves of people who had names of people who settled into Biloela. Rinaldis, Zangari, Zavaglia, La Rosa, Ardonato, Scali, were all there. We then drove in the direction of Giosica Ionica and had a cornetto at a local shop. As we ...
... to our room it was beautifully cleaned and she had even folded Dons t- shirts and put our excess stuff in the cupboard. We started to walk to the beach but as there was no clear signage we got the car and" found a road down to the brollies and lounge chair area. The sand was red and I took a dip in the Ionian Sea. It was so clear and refreshing. Tonight is the game between Italy and England in the World Cup. We ate a little later and could hear the surrounding houses with ...
... signage is not clearly understandable and sometimes there isn't any. We found a large car park in the lower part of town and stopped for photos. We did abit of shopping and enjoyed a self serve lunch at the local supermarket- Conad. The girl smiled at my salad which I later realised was so puny compared to the 2-4 plate loads of food other customers were getting. Back to the hotel we went tired and ready for a swim. That night we had booked with Angela our ...
... our tables. We finished the night with drinks on the terrace before they made the dark journey up the hill to their accommodation. Our last day we caught the shuttle to Vietri then a bus to Salerno. You bought tickets $1.30 each way from the Tabachi shop. Once on the bus it was hang on tight as he weaver his way along the narrow streets. An older Iatalian lady told a man to take his bag off the seat so I could sit down. There ensued a lively ...