Piccolo Grand Hotel

Via Leoluca Chiaravalloti, 32, Pizzo, Calabria, 89812, Italy | 4 star hotel
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FROM ASIA THROUGH EUROPE TO AFRICA

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

... words for terms the rest of the world said in English - like "match point". He said, losing "la bataglia de la lingua" (the language battle) meant losing a large economic battle.
-----We ate: pepperoni and bread; a gray paste from pork and black pepper balls, which Enzo had made in France; riscotto with chicken in a yellow creamy sauce; pasta and tender home-made meatballs in a red sauce with parmeggan; and lettuce and vinegar, and a chicken breast ...

From the Heel to the Toe...

A travel blog entry by sntj

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... of tunnels and viaducts. One thing about Italian highways, they are generally characterised by long straight stretches of road which tend to go through rather than over or around the hills. When they get to a valley, they invariably build a bridge. Obviously tunnels and viaducts are a bit of a challenge in a country that can match NZ for earthquakes [eg, L’Aquila] but they seem to have a handle on making their roads less affected by such events. ...

Have you ever been to sea, Billy? Part II

A travel blog entry by katgoaway

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... Bingo. Damn...apparently number 9 is NOT my all time lucky number. Off I went to the slot tournament. The prize there was $500. Okay, so Bingo isn't really my game...but slots...now that's right up my alley. As you can see in the photo of the tally board after my turn, I'm placed third and the top 6 get into the final. I returned an hour later....and I'm no longer in third place...nor fourth, fifth or sixth. I'm out of the running. Just as I was last week. But, ...

A long and winding road

A travel blog entry by a88y3

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... sleep. The next morning (today), we woke up, got dressed, and all that stuff, then we went down to a little balcony overlooking the piazza, for breakfast. We had rich hot chocolate, and white crispy bread rolls. After breakfast, we went down to the wharf, and bought tickets for a boat ride to the 5 Cinque Terre villages. Then we hopped on a boat, and headed out to sea. It was a beautiful day, the sea was blue (actually turquoise), the grass was green, ...

Beach, lunch and siesta

A travel blog entry by debnsam

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... on their way back from Mauro's beach volley ball training and then Guiliano called in around 10pm again! I went to be around 11pm and Sam came much later, would have been after midnight.

We talked about the road accident and it is compulsory for the driver and front seat passenger to wear seat belts, so most likely insurance will not pay anything at all for those injured people and their damaged car. The woman who had her parked car rammed was the one banging on ...

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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Via Leoluca Chiaravalloti, 32, Pizzo, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding