B&B Tre Archi Ortigia
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... Auckland mountain look, albeit without buildings. At 11am we were back on the bus heading for Taormina. This place is what we imagine Cinque Terre will be like. A village built high on the side of a high and very steep cliff face. It took a bit of road engineering as well, with a couple of longish tunnels and roads that in part are built sticking out from the cliff, though it didn't feel precarious. We arrived at a point where buses can go no further and took an ...
... island connected to Siracusa by a bridge. Think of it like Venice without the canals. As such, it is easy to just wander around, get lost, then keep walking until finding the waterfront, because it is an island and one can never really get lost with such finite possibilities.
Mario and I took the opportunity to wander, visiting the Duomo and piazza, checking out the small beach full of VERY browned locals. We tried some granita, a ...
... is a big ugly train yard. So we came back to the hotel's rooftop terrace with cold drinks and more arancini, and a 3-euro bottle of Sicilian red wine.
Tonight, over a few glasses of deliciously complex, slightly effervescent nectar of the gods (Bacchus in particular), we'll decide what to do with our extra day in the corner of the world, and toast to the fact that we are finally settled.
Cheers to that.
... 4 sacrifice n greek teatro. A long road with caves/rooms in the side cliff for storing bodies.
Lots of other natural displays but ended with the supposed tomb of archimedes.
Back to our little haven of Ortigia 4 siesta n drinks.
Stroll around the water front n down a few alleys to a little restaurant.
Sardines 4 me squid ink pasta 4 jeff , unfortunately I didn't take my tablet so cannot send u an image!!
keeping up our fluids.
Ann n ...
... bruschetta and was drinking beer. We were at dinner for a couple of hours, talking the whole time! There first language was German but there English was really good! They said it was because they watch a lot of TV series in English! Haha so there just like me! After dinner and a few drinks we wanted to go dancing so we walked around a bit but were told that you have to catch a bus to the clubs so we decided to call it a night! I was now in a much better mood and everything seemed ...