Serra San Bruno
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We drove to Tropea this morning and visited the old town and then went on to the beach beyond Sta Domenica. The weather was gorgeous and 28c and swimming was fab in the warm sea!
On on the way back we stopped at Pizzo and viewed the Chiaso Piedigrotto. This is a church that has been carved into the rock. Unfortunately it wasn't open, although apparently it should have been! We could see a bit of the carvings through the gates!
I booked us one night at this hotel because it looked like a fairytale castle, built in stone, and complete with turrets.......its situated about 7 miles up in the mountains from the coast with amazing views.......and we now have 2 nights here at a very agreeable rate! (Although there is scaffolding up on part of the turreted ...
I woke up, early and packed my bags. Davide was fast asleep and I had heaps of time left so I packed his bags too.
We went down for breaky and then headed over to SGDG for our last lunch here. She made my favourite, stuffed eggplant and pasta and then we had to say our goodbye's.
We began our drive. We weren't sure if we were going to stop for the night. It just depended how tired we were. ...
... was taking us to a pizza place for dinner! :)
It was by the water at a marina. All outdoors. The weather was perfect and the view was lovely.
We ordered 4 different toppings to go on a metre of pizza:
1. Sausage and chips
2. Hot salami
3. Davide (no joke.... It was ricotta and salami
4. Capriciosa (olives, mushrooms, ham, artichoke hearts)
"Davide" was sooooo yummy! The ...
As per usual, we had a biiiiiiiig lunch! Filling ourselves to the brim and feeling incapable of doing anything afterwards. I consider this physical abuse and blackmail. :p (She kept saying she was going to tell my nonno I don't eat anything! I was eating more than her!!!!!!!! HAHAHAHAHA)
After lunch, Salvatore took us to the cemetery to show us my relatives. Wow. There were a lot. Turns out my great ...