Borgo Marino Petit Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... quickly, realize that the restaurant thinks you are really stupid enough to pay more than double what you would pay in the store. Decide they are right and order the wine, at the same time deciding you really don't need to pay the phone bill every month.
The Sicilian Way to buy Wine in a Restaurant: Decide what you will be eating. Carefully peruse the wine list for a bottle that ...
We picked up our rental car in Siracusa, made a quick run back up to Catania (short but boring story) then searched out the backroads and scenic routes in a roundabout drive to Noto. Happy to have the independence only a car can provide after relying on public transportation for several weeks. The busses and trains we've used have worked well and have been easy to negotiate. ...
... the many shops catering to visitors. We liked several paintings gracing the walls of our B&B by a guy named Fiore (means Flower in Italian). Some of the paintings were on traditional canvas, while some were painted directly on the closet and cabinet doors of our room and others. One afternoon we sought out the studio of of the local artist and finding it closed, took a chance and called the phone number on the studio door. After a confusing ...
... At 6:30 we gathered at the hotel bar, conversed with the people from Minneapolis and were off for dinner. We had a recommendation from Warren & Brenda about the pizza's at Kalliope and we were off. After a few missed turns we arrived at a huge outdoor restaurant on a side street. We ordered wine, salads and pizza. Jack's ham pizza was amazing and my salad as well.Jan's vegetarian pizza was not so good, did not have cheese!! A short two hours later, ...
... of poor San Sebastián. He is the patron saint aparently. Went into the Duomo next. The church is built around an ancient temple dedicated to Athena. The massive Doric columns of the temple are still visible; although rather wonky after earthquake damage. Quite amazing. Had a refreshing granita before going to an exhibition of Leonardo da Vinci machines. It was very interesting with lots of information in English. It also had a couple ...