B&B da Gianni e Lucia
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... must have goodie. It is a flavored slushy ice. Before there was gelato, the Arabs would flavor snow from Mt Etna with fruit juices and added almond milk, turns out they made a vegan treat before vegan cafés were even thought of! It wasn't until the Spanish came and introduced cocoa which was then combined with the snow and almond milk for the first gelato to be created.
In Italy, and especially Sicily, afternoons are a time for rest and to sit and drink ...
... home in the countryside.
Depart the pier with your guide and head towards the Cathedral to the Porta Uzeda area, home to one of the most ancient and typical markets in the area. Here, discover the staples of Mediterranean cuisine - vegetables, fruits, and fish, while admiring the colours of the Sicilian stalls. Then, reboard the coach and drive on the Viagrande, formerly known as 'Varanni'.
Can yo believe it no, Granita and brioche today! Instead I enjoy a Caffe Latte and what nice change that is for the day.
After breakfast my cousin Nello's wife Marisa and their daughters Vera and Federica, and friend Simone pick me up and we head to Isola Bella for a day on the beach. On our way we stop at the bakery and purchase our panini with provalone cheese and prosciutto for lunch.
Isla Bella known in Sicilian as Isula Bedda is ...
... meaning bath and al Saqquah dating back to the cult of the Syrian god "Shai al Quaaum". Could it be that my descendant are a mixture of Spanish and Arabic on my Grandfather's (Rosario Sciacca) side of the family.
In the afternoon Ottavio had spend sometime with me going over the computer.
In the evening Saro's cousin and his family arrived for a casual dinner alfresco style in their court yard.
... In the evening Fiorella, Nuncio, Mariella, Pino and few other friends and I had dinner at a little restaurant opposite San Sebastiano, a beautiful baroque Cathedral. I enjoyed a Chipolina and a Catochata. They would something similar to involtini, but with pastry. Finally Fiorella dropped me off at San Giovanni to rejoin Pina, Saro and Zia Graziella, where I would remain for the night. ...