Beach and Baroque B&B
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... don't even know how to label this week. Trying to help out around here was harder than pulling teeth. My Italian did significantly improve though, despite Nuccio's excellent English.Here are a few of the tricky words I kept mixing up:
- magari- maybe
- ancora- still
- anche- also
- presto- soon
- pronto- ready
- prima- first
- sotto- below
- tramonto- sunset
- cucciao- ...
... however, more than make up for it. We are riding through the hills and along the coast of the Mediterranean. We pass through wee villages that, oddly enough, seem to be all but abandoned. Nary a soul in site.
Not to dwell on food or anything but you know me, I am going to. We were all feeling a bit peckish when approaching a mid size city along the coast and decided to stop for a nosh. We always manage to get hungry between the hours of 1:00 and 3:00 pm ...
I had my 1st ride in a police car, lol mom will be proud ! nothing bad my BMW broke down and I had to give them my gps and they took me back to the hotel . I thought it was because I passed them at 170' but they were kind to help me. What is the chance a Renault would have caught me. ...
... at a place recommended by our host and it was great...more raviolis and ignocci. We are on a kick! Who has the best in the land! The streets were windy, but not as bad as some of the other places we have visited, but we certainly did get lost trying to leave for Siracusa. Poor Lloyd. He will be so glad when this driving madness is over. From Noto, we decided to go to the Vendicare Reserve on the way to Siracusa. A lovely place where birds migrate ...
... at this baroque church and then treated ourselves to a glass of wine and a beer. They brought us some snacks which we thought we would be charged an arm and leg for, and laughed as we thought we had been had! Instead, the bill was only $7, so we ate all of the snacks and they had a look at the Chiesa San Giuseppe, where there was a ceremony going on for a group of nuns who were being accepted into the convent. I took a photo sheepishly and then left. It ...