Park Uliveto Principessa Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... to explain that i was the grandchild of mashu serafino or the kid of ciccio u cellu...or the niece of giovanni & tommasino u cellu...those are our sopranomes (on my dad's side)... that is typical spilinga..
Two fulls days is not nearly enough to see the whole family and my friends that i grew up with so i did my best. I got to hang with my only first cousin on my dads side who is 11 ...
... like Tony (as in Amalfi coast drive Tony) was driving us today Larry was so cool and relaxed. Through no fault of his we were stuck in a 40 minute line up waiting for the tunnel out of Sorrento. accidents in close quarters take time to clear. We did not know the equivalent of the 730 AM radio report for the Vancouver traffic . And anyhow there is really one main route out if you don't dip up and down along the coast.
The main highway south from Sorrento toward the ...
... to the KZN coast. After one or two hairy, scary wrong turns, we found the ferry in San Giovanni and made the 20 minute crossing to Messina in Sicily - very exciting to start the Sicily portion of our trip, if a little apprehensive, as I never know whether the places we book online will be habitable and remotely resemble their descriptions..... will report back soon..... Will also upload pics when I find free ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...