B&B Lemontree gard'n
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... your food choices. Choose whatever Sicilian bottle that strikes your fancy, confident that: 1) it will not be more than $25, more likely $15-$20; 2) it will be delicious; and 3) the restaurant's markup will be about $5. Feeling flush? Why not splurge on something imported, maybe something from Italy. You might pay $40 or $50 for something really special. Guess what the restaurant's take is. About $5.
... gearbox and properly spaced foot-pedals, making redlining and gear-shifting on the tight and steep roads pure joy). But hey, the freedom thing still applies.
And the countryside is gorgeous. Much of Sicily is very rugged terrain, whether along the shoreline or far inland. We traveled the narrow, steep and windy roads, stopping in the little villages ...
... come back in an hour or so to get one for ourselves. We made it about 40 meters before we both simultaneously realized that it would be too risky to wait (we'd been burned by midday siesta closures already) so we went strait back and got in line. Got our sandwich, bought a bottle of wine and took it back to the rooftop terrace of our B&B for lunch. Fantastic.
One of the more unusual and interesting sites in Ortigia is the Casa Bianca ...
... of poor San Sebastián. He is the patron saint aparently. Went into the Duomo next. The church is built around an ancient temple dedicated to Athena. The massive Doric columns of the temple are still visible; although rather wonky after earthquake damage. Quite amazing. Had a refreshing granita before going to an exhibition of Leonardo da Vinci machines. It was very interesting with lots of information in English. It also had a couple ...
... and dozing filled the afternoon. The bus trip to Arenella took forty minutes and it was mainly on very narrow country roads passing through small farms etc. Very interesting. The bus back took 20 minutes on a sort of main road. Not nearly as interesting. Went to another of Antonio's suggested restaurants for dinner after having a beer at Oasi Bar where we had lunch the other day. The guy there gave us a special biscuit to try ...