Villa Palamara 1868
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... The following day we moved to a quiet pitch but sent the drone up over them which did the trip as they seemed surprised but annoyed... Rude idiots...!!! Move day tomorrow, looking forward to visiting Corleone on the way to the North West tip at San Vito Lo ...
We are in the village of Canneto on Lipari in the Aeolian Islands. It is a picture perfect little fishing town by the sea centered by the Catholic Church with a few bars and trattoria. It is 32 ° C and perfect beach weather. The only disturbance is the buzz of scooters driving past and the occasional church bell. We are off ...
... dramatically set on a rocky coastline with steep mountains at its backdoor. The narrow streets are all cobbled and only the occasional service vehicle pushes you up against a wall. Importantly, Cefalu does have shops. Shops that are open. Shops that are open and selling birthday gifts. Jo finally got her birthday present. Now we just need to have another go at birthday dinner. As far as the kids are concerned the ...
... there is a sizeable community living on the island. So, we have come to the end of our short time in Sicily. From what we've seen of the island, it certainly hasn't blown us away but has been a varied, interesting and welcome break. On reflection, I owe a lot to that random meeting in Luxembourg. Couch Surfing made our time in London as good as it was and without it and our holidays around the world, such as this one, would have been a much less culturally rich ...
... ones in Taormina better. This one had ricotta cheese, but too sweet!
Late lunch today at a farmhouse. Being a Sunday it was busy with other customers too, a communion party and a birthday. The meal was full on! Started at two and didn't finish till four thirty. First lots of antipasti - caponata, fresh ricotta, battered vegetables, stuffed tomatoes, focacias, chickpea slides. Then lasagne of ricotta, spinach ...