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... the centre. We saw the opposite side of Mt Etna that was still covered in snow and clouds. We headed into Cefalu and I did not know what to expect and here we are a lovely seaside old and modern town under a rocky outcrop. The hotel is across the road from a sandy beach on a very nice and tidy shore front area. We checked in and parked in a secure car park. Went and had lunch, Jenny ordered what she thought were similar to prawn cutlets, she ended up with about a kilogram of prawns ...
Interesting morning driving through Acireale to find a vet as Tia has a very weepy eye. Firstly the narrow road where Italian drivers do not want to let you through so we got a little stuck and Giles did an amazing manoeuvre and somehow we did not scrape the van. We parked a short way from the vet and I took Tia in and was seen and out within ...
... in the Duomo with the fountain in front of it. The crowd was different from yesterday...no kids playing football, few families, babies and strollers. There were local folks mixed in with us until 10:30 when I spied the first tourist group behind a flag bearer. Lois was on a search for a sweet Sicilian pastry called cannoli at a pasticcerie. We found them, settled at a perfect people watching table on the stroll and had ...
... for your next visit to the "boot" of Italy.
The breakfast was great and even featured some fruit along with the usual pastries, yogurt, bread, cheeses and salamis. This morning the bread was hot out of the oven. If you are into cappuccinos they are offered at every breakfast. I'm a black coffee person so have had to find ways around this...as in adding just a bit of hot milk to the coffee. Today the coffee ...
... George's Anglican Church! Today is Sunday, and as we were so close, and the church looked charming, we decided to go. It was Harvest Thanksgiving, a joint service with the local Lutheran community. They had an electric piano, but their organist didn't turn up, so George found himself accompanying the hymns, and providing incidental music. I think the last time I sang We Plough the Fields and Scatter was in London at St Brides Fleet Street in 1987, when the ...