Baglio Cudia Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Sicily was absolutely beautiful! Words cannot describe it and the pictures do it no justice. The first day we saw Monreale just outside of Palermo. It is a beautiful church with gold mosaics. Then we went to Selinunte which has a bunch of Greek temple ruins. Sicily is central in the Mediterranean and was taken over by everyone at some point. ...
... had a life of only 242 years. We took it that the signs to not climb on the fallen temples was a suggestion, like the stop signs on the roads, since boys were scaling the heights. In fact I could see the wide open site with few if any attendants would be a magnet for little boys to climb. I bet It would be work to keep Reggie from heading up. Lois's guide book said there were stunning views of the temples if you went ...
San Vito Lo Capo, lovely town although tastefully touristic with fab beaches all around.. Had a lovely walk into the town centre followed by a tasty ice cream, lots here and quite tasteful for a tourist destination but lucky for us it's out of season but still busy enough for a nice atmosphere... We never did find the two fresh fish ...
... Gaetano's cousin. Jo met her when she and Bronte went to see the eye doctor. Ever since then, she has been popping by our place and telling Jo that she must have her come round for coffee. No actual invitation ever materialised, though, until today when we wanted to get in the car and go. It was pretty funny. Her husband as no english and no teeth and a passion for geography. He kept pulling out atlases to show us maps of Melbourne and Australia. He then also stepped ...
... trip up to Erice. A hilltop town not far from Trapani. It was an interesting enough little village to walk around, quite touristy, but so grey compared to other Italian villages that I have seen on the mainland. Erice was also where we got our first parking ticket and ate our worst pizza yet! By now we are pizza experts. On the 1st September not only did the weather cool but the crowds magically disappeared. Shops stopped replacing items on the shelves and the beaches were ...