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... overpowered even the smell of fish. Mixed within the fish and spices were fruit and vegetable stands where more items were unrecognizable than familiar. From here made our way to Teatro Politeama, then back to the hotel. On the way back we passed a theater with protest signs; I took photos and have tried to translate. This is what I have ended up with: "Stop the dismantling by-laws. Dancers not tagliateci legs!" Not sure where I ...
... com found us a cheap place for the night called Casatrapani and 10 minutes later we were checking into a nice apartment for the night.
A little bit bummed about not being able to get to Sardinia we got Pizza, Beer and thanks to good wifi in the room watched a couple of movies before hitting the sack.
We had a slow start to the day, found a small café for some breakfast in which the man behind the bar would not accept our money – he ...
... grape vines and other farming detritus today.
Erice's Norman-style influences are reflected in its imposing towers and fortifications. During our walking tour, we see the walls that stretch from Porta Spada to Porta Trapani, and protect the only side of the hill with no natural defenses. On all other sides, the sheer rock face made the town one of the most impregnable fortresses on the island.
We convene—about ...
... Piazza Verdi dominated by the Teatro Massimo, Palermo's premiere opera venue, though the allure is somewhat diminished by the stench of drains surrounding the tacky souvenir tables.
More time could have been spent investigating the city's chapels, piazzas and gardens but we're happy with our itinerary and bloated by bread and pasta. Sicily's east will remain for a future visit.
... eggs and potent local cheeses. Sadly Monday is Maria's day off from cooking so we miss a third night of delights. A local pizza with the last of our wine with Maria is still a pleasure though. I encourage Maria to write a book of her move to the country, her simple, delicious recipes and rationale for sourcing local, seasonal produce. May happen.