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... camper in need of a good clean out we decided to head for a camp, as we booked in we asked about Sky TV and they said that they did not have it but that the guardian would take us to a sports bar in town where we could watch the game – Yeah!!!!
How things change when your stars in alignment.
We have been looking at and climbing over ancient Greek ruins for the last week. Agrigento, Sulinunte, and others, have some of ...
... clearly deep fried and topped with a cranberry compote. What was this interesting concoction? DEEP. FRIED. CAMEMBERT. OMFG!!! What genius thought of this??? Clearly Christopher and I had to make room for our own. We did. Steve returned with even more – at this point is was getting late, the café was closing, and well…..this would be a sin to waste. SO…we took one for the benefit of the entire ship! While eating ...
... theme areas spread around town to choose from. Of yeh that makes another interesting first ... A Cous Cous festival! Wait, we weren't done yet ... On our little drive about the Erice area, our Hotel host gave us a few interesting spots to visit, one was a town that made the best Cannola ... A ricotta cheese dessert. Had a ...
Had a quick meal at a restaurant we saw near hotel in the vege market street. Should have gone back to last nights excellent place..never mind.. Steak and salad and mixed grill for Dale when he could not get whitebait..ok but nothing to recommend. Went to the flash looking gelati shop on Via Roma for dessert. Double scoop with whipped cream and little cone trim for 2 euro each. The professor is its name! Could ...
Our last full day in Trapani was spent casually strolling the old town, stopping for cappuccino, selecting a restaurant for dinner and reading in the sun on our terrace. The only task we HAD to do was confirm the departure point for our bus back to Palermo. For other travelers who might read this, the bus line is Segasta, the departure point is near Corso Italia and Via Regina Elena. The ticket booth is on the town ...