Il Vecchio Frantoio
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... in a grotto near the top of Mt Pelegrino. We did a quick whip around of a few other buildings and then headed out of town. September is the month of pilgrimage for Saint Rosalie and pilgrims walk up the hill to the church built over her grotto. The really devoted walk on their knees. The road is now paved with stones so this would be excruciating . It takes 2 hours to walk up and 1 1/2 to walk back down. We drove up but still had to climb the ...
... Tabacchonist about how the bus system worked. Mario then asked us for coffee, so we chatted for a bit before we visited the Cathedral. Monreale's Cathedral is reputed to house the best collection of Norman mosaics in the world. It did not disappoint. Cathedrals were part of the power game during the Medieval ages and William II, the Norman king wanted to demonstrate his authority over Sicily by installing a new archbishop, so he built a Cathedral in Monreale meant to rival those ...
... the hometown of Michael's maternal great grandparents, the Rao family. Perched atop a hill, at the base of a prominant rock outcrop, Marineo is an unassuming Sicilian countryside town without many real sites to see. We stopped in the middle of town and bought salami and cheese from a shop, then drove to the main chiesa. Decorations lined the streets and workers were cleaning up following a religious celebration that happened ...
Plane, train, bike, boat, foot? Done! Today is time for moped!!! We decide to go for a 125cc to drive together so that we can finally visit the famous Segesta for a bit (quite a bit) of history and beautiful Scopello for an afternoon dip! We hire our scooter from the usual Infopoint near P.za Garibaldi for what I thought was going to be a 30€ deal...ends up being 35€. Lesson learned: hire your moped directly from the venue or ...
... right on the beach and had an ice cold beer followed by an excellent pizza and due to Stephy (not me) mis-ordering two huge arrancini that you could feed a small family for a week on :-)
Lunch done we headed to the beach to lap up some sun and have a play in the clear blue sea. All along the beach you can rent sun loungers and parasols, we paid 10 Euros for half a days rental of two fluorescent pink loungers and a matching parasol. San Vito is well worth a visit, if you ...
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