Antichi Ricordi Bed & Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of pretending to drive my dad's old Model A Ford as soon as I was able to stand behind the wheel. And the "Firebird 99" I got for Christmas, at age 3 or 4. It was a plastic dashboard with a steering wheel, gearshift, turn signals, and when you turned the ignition key, it made a starter noise. The stocking I hung every Christmas, made by Aunt Dorothy, had instead of snowflakes and reindeer, a drawing of an old Chevy. ...
... was important back in the day as it was the Sicily's main defence from attacking ships. The harbour was pretty impressive and a huge golden statue of the Virgin Mary overlooks it. We drove to see a few lakes and this part of Sicily is really close to the Italian mainland and the region of Calabria.
Sicily is officially part if Italy – a bit like Tasmania I guess – and the symbol for the town of Messina is a picture ...
Same berth as last year. Had great bacon and egg breakfast and went for walk then slept in arvo. Diff people at hotel but looked same. Happy hour for yachties at Las Vegas bar near bike shop. Was like a reunion party. Mostly poms but all with an interesting story to tell. The Germans and French had their own little group inside. The good pizza shops were closed for the weekend for a religious festival so we had pizza around the corner- not so ...
... with us and was such a lovely apartment! Her flat had been owned by Frank Sinatras granddaughter! It was roomy and spacious and very beautifully finished. Parquetry floors timber kitchen, balconies etc. Barbara had to have some renovations done, which is why she was staying in the B and B. She made us a nice cup of tea and we had a lovely ...
... the Valley of the Temples and the modern city of Agrigento formed part of the massive Greek city of Akragas. Described as the mightiest Mediterranean city of all time the area made it onto the UNESCO World Heritage listing in 1997. The whole area is just amazing. We have seen quite a few Greek and Roman ruins in our past travels but this is the most concentrated area of such Ancient buildings etc that we have ever come across. As ...