Baglio Costa Di Mandorla
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... well, maybe not 20….but it was significantly cooler)! I found the juxtaposition of the multiple cell towers and the ancient bell tower interesting. Both towers representing communication. Must admit, I much prefer the ancient bell tower, but that’s just me. The stores were a plenty! This is still a thriving community. I understand it takes 45 minutes to drive up the hill (switchback hairpin turns the entire way). No thank you, ...
... casing, and quite yummy sweet ricotta filling. Funny they looked at us very oddly when we asked for four! But they brought one out to show us, yeh two is enough cut in half please ... Our first decadent Cannola treat!. Fun day ... No road mishaps. Ended with a nice dinner, to much food, and to much wine ... Just another day it ...
... we should visit Erice after we have dropped bags at our accommodation in Segesta ..temple there . We did this and motored half an hour in our little Peugeot to Erice.Up a goat track with hairpin bends guided by Tom Tom..glad to make it without a head on. Vineyards and crops over all the hills ..very pretty. Fabulous views of sea and mountains and Trapani. Village around fortress castle was lovely and we ...
... bus picks up on the water side. Notwithstanding my Facebook comments about being asked to move tables when we were finishing our liqueur so the restaurant could seat others the meal was just excellent. Bev had a wonderful seafood stew and grilled tuna, I had ravioli stuffed with fish ragu, grilled octopus and pasta with red prawns. Actually I had about half of Bev's fish stew as well! It was a very casual relaxing ...
... to ask if it's grilled or battered and cooked to death. I didn't and it was. Too bad as the place was serving some wonderful looking dishes, my fault. Marsala is mostly known today as the home of Marsala wine and salt recovered naturally from the sea, we tasted the wine but passed on the salt. It's a small but beautiful historical area, we have attached a few photos. Frankly the heat detracted from the day. We were happy to catch the 5 pm train back. The shower felt ...