Bed and Breakfast Sierra Vento
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Delicious chocolate from the ancient Aztec recipe.
The story of our chocolate winds its way down a path which, going backwards in history, unites Sicily with Spain, particularly the County of Modica. Even further back, our chocolate finds its origin in the marvelous, ceremonial civilisation of the Aztecs, the ancient inhabitants of ...
... out to Giovanni and Agata’s home in the country side by Ciara and her lovely family and we tour Giovanni’s extensive home garden and learn how to prepare Scaccia (a delicious baked item similar to calzone) filled with various fillings – ricotta and onions, melanzane and tomato, fave beans and ricotta and tomato sugo with cheese. After cooking we sit down to a meal with the family and enjoy great food and company. The next day we return to Giarre via Catania.
We left our hotel this morning at 10:30. We had a few towns we wanted to visit today that had been almost totally destroyed in an earthquake 1693. Our first stop was the village of Noto. It was a lovely little village so we walked around and went into a few churches. We were thirsty so stopped for a beer at noon. We didn't spend much time here.
Our next little village was Modica. We didn't even park the car here. We just ...
... walked over to the Temple of Apollo, which had monolithic columns. There wasn't a whole lot left of this temple. But it was still interesting to see.
We walked back to our hotel and had a drink on our patio. We both worked on some computer stuff and enjoyed the sunset over the water.
We walked to dinner very near our hotel. We shared a pizza diavalo, which was very good, and shared a salad. We also had our usual ...
... coverings. Certainly very different to the buildings we have seen so far on our trip. We then had an hour to ourselves in Noto. We wandered around the town, had a frappe and then boarded the bus for the trip back to Siracusa. We were a bit early so our driver went for a tour of Siracusa. A quite modern town with a new and old section and very busy. We then boarded the tender vessel to head back to the ship. At about 3pm we weighed anchor to head off to Sorrento. We spend two ...