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... until they finally got off at Cefalu. I think both Mario and I breathed a sign of relief!
The next speed bump occured once we attempted to check in at Hotel Orientale. We were faced with the most incomprehensive and impatient Italian nonna - who almost didn't let us in the door until I insisted that I had a reservation. It was obvious that we were disturbing her afternoon soap opera. She took our passport ...
... market 4 fish etc. Find marvels as we walk. Churches, fountains, statues n monuments.
Lunch in local - go here 4 pizza, here 4 other dishes n here 4 drinks - only the italians can make it so complicated!
The church/duomo/palace is amazing u r astounded by Catholicism.
The mosaics, n opulence r amazing.
Full day of churches n markets n palaces.
Today we caught the train to Cefalu' a smallish seaside village I ...
... 8220;Being the gentlemen that I am, I felt obliged to allay her doubts with a demonstration.”
“She’s perfect, she shouldn’t lose any more weight” said Tommaso matter-of-factly, playing along as he turned to Wendy, “Please eat all three meals tomorrow.”
It didn’t matter that Giuseppe, his girlfriend and Marco returned to the dorm shortly after because the moment had passed, without hope of its resurrection, the ...
... the carriage and climbed to the top deck to take in the magnificent views of the famous crossing and was delighted to note that one of the many vessels negotiating the strait that evening was the Nieuw Amsterdam as it sailed past the toes of mainland Italy north into the Tyrrhenian Sea. Oh you’ve forgotten the Nieuw Amsterdam? Remember the cruise bound couple from Surrey who lent me their phone in Venice? I hoped they were having the time of their lives on board.
... wasn’t open for business as yet but I was too hungry to wait. I bought myself a slice of margherita pizza and a stuffed croissant from a street vendor (3.5 Euro, pizza good, croissant not) and stood by the street eating when we noticed a small board that said "Subterranean Napoli" with an arrow pointing to the dead end of a small lane flanking a piazza just across from where we were. Curious, we walked over to investigate.
Prior to the Roman era, during the ...