Antichi Ricordi Bed & Breakfast

via Villaglori n.45, Caltanissetta, Sicily, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Caltanissetta

Villa Romana del Casale - Day 40

A travel blog entry by kerrycrosbie


... destination into Harry and at 8.30 am we were on our way. For just about the entire trip to Villa Romana, we had a smoking Mt Etna in view. It was an amazing site. At one point, we actually witnessed a huge plume of smoke spurt from the peak. I captured it on my iPad. The trip from Syracusa to Villa Romana took us two hours and I am so gad that we arrived early enough to avoid all the tourist buses. A few had beaten us, but the car park ...

Day 16 Agrigento to Selinunte to Palermo

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy


... big fan of fish, unless it is a piece of flake from the local fish shop. So I will come back and finish this after I get back (if I haven't had too much of a good time). Well I didn't get to finish last night because we got back quite late. One of the guests was left at the hotel by mistake and we had to wait for a taxi to bring him to the bus. There were a lot a "Madonna's" being said, especially by our tour leader Loredana. We missed seeing ...

Day 15 Syracuse to Noto to Agrigento

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy


What can I say - another early start to the day. This morning we went further south to the town of Noto. The old town was destroyed by an earthquake in the 1600's, so what we see now is what was rebuilt then. The style was Sicilian Baroque - very elaborate. Huge palaces, churches and theaters line the street which was built running east to west so that there was always sunshine in the street. We had one and a half hours free time here. Then we turned north ...

Tirami who?

A travel blog entry by brae88


I stayed in a small town near Rimini, Italy with a friend and his family for about a week. The hospitality they showed me was beyond my expectations I cant thank them enough.
Denis's family own and run their own pasta shop. I was able to watch them make all types of pasta, lasagne, ravioli, tortellini and the speciality of the region which is panine.
Now, my mum is a great cook, but wow the food we had everyday was like a gourmet meal. Most days, I had to have a siesta ...

Piazza Amerina & Caltagirone

A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1


... Herculean, a colleague of Diocletian in the management of the Roman Empire. If you ever visit Sicily this s a must see. After Piazza Armerina we journeyed to Caltagirone, where I had been two years ago with my cousin's Piña and Saro. We first had lunch at 'Iudica & Trieste Bar'. We enjoyed arrancini, panini con salami and scacciate filled with sausage and potato. This town is known for its ...


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