Hotel Villaggio Stromboli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... giuseppe,ect..I happened to be coming from church.. besides all of the stares during mass.. as i walked home.. two old ladies were walking home as well and i hear them talking about me as i walk by.. who is that girl I have never seen her have you.. why is she with that little girl ect... then they yelled for me to walk to them so they could fill their curiousity.. Another time at the town bar ...
... of the whole process, including the baking and retrieval of his personal small 12" pizza. He will send them onto you Gill.
The question is...were the owners on the edge of offering Larry a job making pizza, or were they glad when they delivered him and his pizza to our table? We were delighted to have him return, prize photos on the camera flash card.
Onto Sicily tomorrow...will let you know how the rooster performs at 4:00 tomorrow morning.
So, we have not had any wifi access since leaving Amalfi on Thursday! I'm typing this on a tiny Samsung, so please forgive any typing or formatting errors. We left the wonderful Settebello Hotel and the family that run it at 10am on Thursday to set off for Sicily. The plan was to drive as much of the 450km distance as possible before overnighting somewhere in Calabria. We found a place in Zambrone on Booking.com ...
... We had a siesta and then headed to the town. Don bought an espresso and I had a gelato ingliese and creme caramel. We sat with our new friend Nicodemo Agostinos. He had befriended us on FB. Don showed him photos of Australia. Off we walked to the Town hall or municipio. A man coming out of an office said we needed to come back tomorrow to get info on where Don's mum and dad lived in Mammola and where Don's maternal grandmother was buried ...
... stared at the strange foreign visitors. We met a local disabled man who saw we needed help and took us to Via secondi Cirilli as we were at primo Cirilli. We would never have found it without the boisterous tour guide. He seemed to know everyone and greeted them as we past. We went through extremely skinny pathways to Lisa's house. The neighbour came out and we explained who we were and she said to come to her sons restaurant a Piazzetta tonight. Our guide wanted to ...