Serra San Bruno

Address: Via Carlo Pisacane, 21, Serra San Bruno, Calabria, 89822, Italy | Villa
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This villa is located on Via Carlo Pisacane, 21, Serra San Bruno.
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Travel Blogs from Serra San Bruno

Tropea

A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Oct 18, 2014

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... seen so far.

The family run restaurant as part of the complex (I use the word complex loosely) opened at 7:00. We are Canadians so we sat on their patio and watched the olive wood being brought in for the pizza oven, the oven being lit, the pizza dough being kneed into balls and stored in the warming drawer, the pizzas being made and thrown, the pizzas being topped, baked and then either delivered to us or into boxes as they were picked up. Needless to say Larry ...

Busy last day

A travel blog entry by aidang on Aug 16, 2014

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Drove into Perugia today. The underground city is blocked off at the moment so we could not visit it. We walked around for a few hours and we went to another old city called Todi. Went shopping and went home to Pablo's I played with Pablo’s microphone and he gave us some drum sticks to play ...

Wild, wild Coast

A travel blog entry by suzannevalle on Jun 26, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... The owner, Salvatore, was a real character, and insisted we eat lunch when we arrived at 4pm - Nuka had a gamberi pasta (Domenica eating prawns!!!!), Lia a Carbonara, Paolo Vongole and I had a Sicilia pasta - wonderful home cooked food with homemade bread out of Salvatore's pizza oven. We were instructed to report back for pizzas had 9.30pm, which we duly did, after lying down for a few hours to mentally ...

Mammola day 2

A travel blog entry by sueesposito on Jun 17, 2014

... cemetery. Nek minit he offered to show us around the commune building. He had his granddaughter with him who seemed fascinated with our accents. He took us into large offices and gave us booklets on various aspects of Mammola. There was a computer in one office but I couldn't help noticing the folders in cupboards dating back to 2006 that in our bureaucracy would have been archived. The desks had piles of paper on them and I couldn't ...

Mammola day 1

A travel blog entry by sueesposito on Jun 17, 2014

... souvenirs and panini for our fritters and headed to the montania. Again the roads were narrow, winding and steep. We found a spot to eat and the farmer came out to see what we were doing. Next stop the cemetery for nearly 2 hours. We saw graves of people who had names of people who settled into Biloela. Rinaldis, Zangari, Zavaglia, La Rosa, Ardonato, Scali, were all there. We then drove in the direction of Giosica Ionica and had a cornetto at a local shop. As we ...