Parco dei Principi Hotel

Address: Contrada Barruca S.S.106, Roccella Ionica, Calabria, 89047, Italy | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel is located on Contrada Barruca S.S.106, Roccella Ionica.
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      Travel Blogs from Roccella Ionica

      Mammola day 2

      A travel blog entry by sueesposito on Jun 17, 2014

      ... sand. I didn't go swimming so we tried looking for shops to get some souvenirs etc. it was mainly eateries and restaurants. Don was feeling like a hamburger so we tried this modern Italian bar/cafe. Bingo they had a hamburger ( meat patty, prosciutto, tomato and lettuce with chips) I had an enormous salad and as a bonus there was beetroot. We had a bit more of a look at a store which was the first one we'd seen run by Asians. Back to Mammola ...

      Mammola day 1

      A travel blog entry by sueesposito on Jun 17, 2014

      After a good sleep but on a very firm mattress we went to brekkie 8.30am. Antonio had a fruit pastry tart with coffee and I had tea. Again it was humorous to watch the idea of tea with milk being understood. That was our brekkie! Amazing. However after last nights meal we were so full anyway. We planned to head to the mountains in front of our accommodation after a walk around town to find Aunty Lisa's house. We followed our google map up very narrow, steep streets ...

      Isola di Capo Rizzuto- Mammola

      A travel blog entry by sueesposito on Jun 17, 2014

      Our next stop was a B&B at Le Canella Constrada Fratte II. Google maps said 4hrs 54mins and they weren't wrong. We lost some time trying to get on the right road then our journey took us through all the towns along the coast. It was like the Pacific highway 20 years ago. The seaside towns weren't as we imagined. They were very ancient and everyone has a siesta at 1pm. When we arrived near Le Canella we took a wrong turn which we thought was right and headed up into the hills. ...

      Ostuni

      A travel blog entry by sueesposito on Jun 16, 2014

      ... panini with cheese and tomato. This is because they don't recognise "no carne" as including fish. Back onto the highway and when we past Bari it was like being in Dubai. Plenty of flat roofed apartments and they went for miles. Our impression of Bari that we had from the Discovery Italy book was of a quaint seaside town, no way it was huge. I was relieved that I'd booked accommodation outside of Ostuni as I didn't fancy negotiating the narrow hectic streets. ...

      Salerno

      A travel blog entry by sueesposito on Jun 15, 2014

      ... him not looking too happy lol. Salerno is like any town, busy with the usual shops. Don asked if their was a barber open but the man said there was one next to his shop but he looks like he's decided to not open today. The Italian way!! Our hotel held 2 wedding receptions, confirmation and baptism whilst we were there. On our last night a group of Taiwanese honeymooners rolled in. They were so excited snapping photos of everything. Off to bed before our trip to ...