Baglio Costa Di Mandorla
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Off to the airport to pick up Mark who has joined us for a few days so we get to see some more of the Island. We then head up to a historical town called Erice for lunch and the views were stunning. A Sunday night stroll through the city to show the sights to Mark was a real eye opener as all the SIcilians were out promenading so we just had to stop and have a Mojito and people ...
We wake up at 5am and dump Alison and Scott on the quay and make a quick get away as 50 miles to do before the windy front arrives, that Is due late afternoon. We make good time and turn the corner of the west coast as the winds pick up so glad to be in harbour by 3. Trapini was supposed to be a quiet fishing village known for its good fish restaurants but once again duff info. A busy port with lots of ferries ...
... was a beer. We thought we were having a taste of red and a taste of white but wound up having a full glass of each. This place was amazing today. We saw some of the most impressive ancient Greek buildings outside of Greece. Its Doric temples date from the 5th century B.C. In my opinion I think these temples were much greater than temples I remember seeing in Greece. They were much better preserved. None of the temples were as big as ...
San Vito Lo Capo, lovely town although tastefully touristic with fab beaches all around.. Had a lovely walk into the town centre followed by a tasty ice cream, lots here and quite tasteful for a tourist destination but lucky for us it's out of season but still busy enough for a nice atmosphere... We never did find the two fresh fish ...
... heard pitched Sicily as a vibrant place with great food, friendly people, dramatic landscapes and a long history. Overall, we had lots of glimpses of these things but we never really felt that our experience quite matched the reports. Perhaps it was dragging the kids around that changed our experience. Often, our enjoyment was not immediate but built over time as we worked out how things worked. Perhaps this last point is the snapshot. For us, Sicily is a place that grows on ...