Villaggio Turistico Riviera del Sole
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Concierge desk
- Swimming pool
- Kids pool
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... the strait that separates Italy from Sicily, the Strait of Messina and that was very picturesque. Lots to see on both sides through the binoculars. Had an Asian style buffet lunch, coffee and dessert downstairs, a nana nap and more swimming. The girls, Lance and Michelle went for a workout at the gym. We had a formal night for dinner and then off to the theatre to see Sir Elton John aka Neil Lockwood. Great end to a lovely cruisy ...
... we are in a different place from the rest of the day and well past Crotone. Checking the map no place to go for 100 miles but small port called La Castella so in we head. A very wet ride with reefed sails but we head in and just manage to get through harbour entrance with zero on the depth gauge despite there supposed to be 3 meters of water. All good the salty sea dogs settle in for the night and check the weather forecast - ...
Wednesday 13th May
There are three national parks heading south towards the toe of Italy and we can only find one campsite between them all. We took the scenic road through the mountains hoping that we might stumble on one but with no luck. For as far as the eye can see, there are forest clad rolling hills with the occasional village perched on a rocky promontory.
... guess I was hoping for too much... Like the impossible dream for the "hole" forgotten, deflected time. "Let's go back to Milena..." I said excited to return to the beauty of Milena, and the very nice harbor. Our pace picked up, and before long we were back on the decks of Milena. I Jacques was busy cooking our Poulet Basquese dinner, and Marina and I were topside enjoying our gin and tonics. (Alexi broke two more glasses, as he was helping Marina get out ...
... We are definitely snuggled in for the day and night, with plenty of power and water. Lunch on deck seemed extra special being cradled in, while the weather was playing sporadic havoc along the coast South of us. Milena became a "must see" for all the sailers in the area. Walking back and forth, from bow to stern, "oooooooing and ahhhhhhing" was a little disturbing as we are trying to eat lunch..... Oh well. Millie always becomes the talk of any harbor she is in. The latter ...