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... of the spring.
We visited the nearby town of Noto.
If you aren’t into the 50 churches there or baroque architecture like we aren’t, then there isn't much to do.
The best part was the bouncy balls that the kids all bought and now keep them entertained everytime we go walking around towns.
... I like and I bought it.
It was a ball attached to a rope so it could distract me from walking around town.
We went to the markets beside us and just Dad, Jordan and I went and we saw these alive squirting mussels.
It was so cool and we also found a gigantic ...
... town and saw a Nymph and a god story it sort of went like this.
There was a Nymph and she swam in the water naked and a god came and liked her so she fled to this town and turned into water and so did the god.
So they were both mixed into each other.
They are still windy little streets everywhere.
But this place was a good stay overall.
... it wasn't broken but I had done too much on it and if I had rested it for two days after the accident it would have been a lot better, however, he advised that I got an x-ray at a radiographer, which he gave us the name of. So Gilberto said he would make an appointment for the next evening the next day as it was now about 8.00 pm at night.
Lorraine and Helen popped in to see us, and so to ...
... the water.
We got settled in, and Eldon and I walked to the cathedral. This church was originally a Greek Temple of Athena built in the 5th century B.C. Then later, during the Renaisance the cathedral was constructed maintaining the temple columns in tact. There was also a great Medieval influence left here. It was spectacular to see. We sat across from the church and enjoyed a refreshing cold beer.
After our ...