Agriturismo La Campana
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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Excursion to Etna Volcano Enjoy a scenic drive with a Local Guide through orchards, vineyards, and forests up to the Europe's highest active volcano. From your vantage point at 6,500 feet, observe the unusual landscape of extinct craters and rivers of solidified lava.
Met our local guide Juzi & up the mountain we went, 1/3 of all Sicilian people live near Etna, or 2 million people. The land is ...
... in WW11, it's patron saint is St Agatha & beside the Iona sea.
Drove on to Taromina, the bus could only go part way up on really narrow roads, then we swopt to other buses & they took us he rest of the way up, this city was established on top of the hill in the 6th century BC, the Greek theatre was built in the 3rd century BC, we walked from the Catania gate (facing that town) to the ...
... an "abruzzo style" lunch. Rita insists it's no big deal. 6 courses later we are wondering what a "big deal" might look like. Despite the language barriers, the conversation never wanes. This is a testament to the kindness of the Zippilis. One funny side note/tangent: there was an old I Love Lucy episode where the gang goes to Italy and somehow gets arrested. There was no one who spoke English, but an old drunk spoke Spanish ...
... grew up. We also wanted to visit the Corropoli congregation for their meeting, Saturday at 6pm. Due to our rental car adventure, we were running late. So, four people who spoke little Italian walked into the Italian speaking 6pm meeting at 7:20. So so glad we did. First a funny part: when we walked in, the attendant looked for seats. There were 2 at the right and 2 at the front left. Noah and I went left and Lisa and Soph went right -- with all of ...
... of the precious commodity that has been such a joy to have: the commodity of time. So, as I watch my children work together to build a sandcastle on a beach in Italy, I count Jenn and I the luckiest of parents because we have amazing children and the time to get to know them for the amazing people they are and will become in the future. That is until Jack picks up a stick and hits his sister.
We miss you all. We'll be home soon!