Bed and Breakfast Al Baglio
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I am here! My connection in Rome was delayed by an hour, and my baggage did not make the connection like I was told it would, but hey ho, there is little I can do now! Martino and Margarita welcomed me with open arms, I felt like a part of the family since I got here at 11:00 on Saturday 8/08/15. I met mantas, the workawayer I replaced, from Lithuania, and together we finished the days jobs straight away. Margarita made us pane con pomodoro e ...
... and Lidos (paying beaches). Crowded beaches by the way with lots of vendors on the walkway, but also moving their 'shops' over the beach.
Around 5 we returned to our home here in Santa Flavia and had some drops on the way home. Just enough to clean the window, but not wet at all.
A short dive into the pool and then up to a restaurant in the harbour of the adjacent village to have day fresh fish for dinner and a nice ice-cream to close the day.
Johan / Hilde
... but overall it is not really a nice city, like some of the other Italian cities.
We returned around five, did some shopping in a neighboring village and had a drink a simple dish at our own place after a short swim in the pool.
It was a nice day, warm as all the other days before, with lots of impressions and lots of activity.
Will try to post some pictures as well.
... to remember everything but nevertheless very friendly. Nice location, nice house with a small kitchen, sitting room, pool, ...
So after settling in and reshuffling the cloths from biking to non-biking we took a small dip in the pool to cool down and then went to try the car in the smaller villages. There is a nice fisher village just close to Santa Flavia where we went. You only have this in Sicily I think. Beaches with lots of Italians, scooters ...
... tour of the cloister next to the doumo which on mondays closes at 1 pm.
A big nice cool relaxing cloister walk with very colorful pillars surrounding. Each of these pillars was decorated in a different way with small pieces of mosaic and sculptures at the top.
After this visit the church was closed but our room was available and luggage arrived, so time for a refreshing shower and normal clothes again (remember biking pants...).