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... was especially special with warm sun and fantastic views. Magnolia had a chance to have a free day out of her "bucket" while Nathan, Chic, and Lucy drove to Mount Etna to view the volcano site. Phenomenal. One of the world's largest volcanoes. It last erupted in 2002 spewing lava as far as Catonia. There is a ski resort in the area that was totally destroyed in 2002 but has been rebuilt. This year there is literally no snow at the ski area so they have not ...
... explain to me that he hand squeezed them (PRECIOUS). It was wonderfully tart and refreshing plus, super cheap! That's one thing I've quickly noticed about Sicily… everything is so much cheaper than in Rome! (Later today I got a gelato for way less than what I would've payed in Rome.)
Even though it was early (4:30 pm), I was pooped and ready to stay in for the night. I am now finally caught up on all my blogging! Yippee. :)
... wonderful. I was all gross and sweaty looking when I arrived and right away one brought me a cute cappuccino, all along poking jokes at me. I'm on the 3rd flour in what I would dignify as a suite. I have a kitchen/dinning room/entry way, a patio, a huge bedroom, an extremely cute vanity room & then a bathroom! All that plus free breakfast for only 38 euros… It's hard to find a motel for that cheap in some places.
After traveling, one ...
... involves me walking sassily into the airport sloppily dressed in a makeshift pilot uniform, bottle in hand, righteously demanding to be put on the *******n plane already. In hindsight, I think the scenario which prevailed was probably best for everyone.
After the cat dilemma I ended up finally getting to Hungary for Christmas. Thanks to some multicultural fusion and two amazing french master-chefs, no one even went close ...
... the Vandals, the Byzantines, the Arabs, the Normans, and the other usual suspects. Trapani was one of the first Sicilian cities to revolt against control by the House of Bourbon dynasty in 1848 before finally opting to join the unified nation of Italy.
Overlooking Trapani, Erice [pop ~ 28,000] was first established by the Elymians [predecessors of the Greeks]. The town is situated 751 metres above sea level on Monte San Giuliani [formerly ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility