Residence Villa Fiorentino
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
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... must-see was the Archeological Museum. It was stunning! It's situated within Lipari's fortifications, on the hill between the two harbours, which has its own Greek, Norman, Roman and Spanish history. We arrived at the ticket office to see the friendly face of our landlord Felix! The Museum was fascinating, with an enormous collection of Aeolian Islands artefacts from Neolithic, Bronze Age, Roman, and Greek ages, some from sites on the Islands, and some found in the sea, around ...
After a rushed start we arrived safely at Catania airport with plenty of time to spare - thank you Mt Etna for not erupting or billowing clouds of ash into the atmosphere so we could depart on time! There was a bit of excitement as we were getting onto the plane . We watched the police penitenziari van roll up and three police get out (in plain clothes) then open up the Bach and a great hulk of a man fumble out ...
... and black) which is cream filled cream puffs covered in chocolate mousse and then piled into a mountain and covered in chocolate ganache and topped with a fresh coat of icing sugar snow on the peak of the mountain. As if that wasn't enough out came cannoli, pastries and biscotti from zio Aldos shop! After two and a half hours, we rolled down the street to say goodbye to family friends who used to go hunting with Antonio's grandpa many years ...
After lunch with family we headed up with a first class, drive up to the top, locals pass with Andrea and Barbara to the Tindari to have a wander and view the old church which has been closed for nearly 100 years as it is perched precariously on the clifftop. It is open to the public occasionally and today we were lucky enough to see inside. We spent about an hour looking around and then headed up to see the Grecian ampitheatre and ...
After a late night ( or should I say early morning) yesterday we had a very slow start to the day, having brunch at 11. Went to the beach for a quick walk, chatted with an American couple who spend 5 months here every year and then a swim and home for gnocchi lunch at ...