Residence L'Isola che non c'e
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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 ...
... have seen in Italy so far. The views were incredible as you are walking up, up , up into the centre of town.
The streets were so clean and every house was in beautiful condition - an olgold town with history lijlike this would be a dream to wake up ...
... 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 ...
... on the way into the archeological park. We walked through a grotto that had loads of fruit trees in it. This grotto had a roof part way over it until an earthquake in the 1400's brought it down.
We FINALLY found our hotel. We had read it was hard to find, but it was very nice. It is a lovely old place, and the family who runs it couldn't be nicer or speak any better English. We are on the third floor and have a ...