Hotel Palazzo Krataiis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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Today our first stop was in Messina, Italy. This is a port that we visited last time we went on our Mediterranean cruise. We decided to do a little exploring on our own this time. We rented a little car ( as you do when you are in Italy). The streets are very narrow and roads aren't that great so it definitely was an experience! We decided to drive to a beach about an hour from the port. We had to drive around for quit some time to find a parking spot and then walked down to the beach in ...
... is considered one of the 10 best in Italy and it was great.
There was actually sand on the beach and an amazing dramatic backdrop with the cliffs and houses rising up behind us.
We had a great time swimming and sunbaking here.
We found a small shopping centre nearby and yes maybe I spent too long in there for the rest of the family,
but we hadn't shopped for ages and I did need ...
We arrived at a place called Tropea.
The unit we are staying in is a hotel with a pool and a bar.
We hopped into the pool as soon as we got there.
The pool looked shallow and Mum said we can only do crocodile but I can only just touch the bottom with my toes.
We stayed in the pool all afternoon and played shark zoo game and I am a Great White Shark.
... But after we walked back to mum and Zara and they were still in that 1 shop. OMG!
After that we went back home and went for a swim in the pool for 1 hour.
Today is the last day at this stay and today we went and hung out at the beach for a couple of hours. We went snorkeling around rocks. It was really awesome I thought.
I also found a spot where there where millions of fish and I called that fish cave.
And we ...
... climb. The walk was worth it though, the views were amazing! We sat down to another small seafood luncheon in the old town and enjoyed a couple of cold beers, which were very deserved I might add. Later in the afternoon Vicki and I went to the top of the hill which overlooks the town. No climbing this time though, it was in a cable car. We sat back in a open air restaurant ...