Baia d'oro hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had. We ate this heartily only to have some cream pasta to follow. It was delicious but we were beginning to slow down by then! They came and picked up our dirty plates and lo and behold they bought out another plate each of loin lamb chops, sausages and pork cutlets. We could not believe our eyes. Even the men couldn't finish it all. Fortunately dessert was fresh fruit. We left there having enjoyed a very 'simple' meal and ready for a siesta! Most of ...
Our holiday rental house had not only a BBQ but a pizza oven. Suzanne, our daughter in law, decided she would make pizza and we'd try out the pizza oven. She had read the instructions in the house notes and decided it looked straight forward, I was so impressed, I thought the whole thing looked daunting. The internet is such a wonderful tool Suzanne looked up the receipt from BBC Good food and Charlie looked up how to light a fire and use a pizza oven. ...
Agrigento valley of the temple To the port and have a espresso Then Ragusa parked at a bridge and see someone marrying in the church Bought wine in Modica welcome to the paradise Arrive at Noto and bought postcard See tree gap and nice archi with a concert ongoing Have a dinner in Syracuse and nice pasta and seafood Jeng room and watch Italy vs England ...
... appearance of a city. The one on the outskirts of Agrigento was no exception. Another could be seen on the other side of Agrigento from the Valle dei Templi, while the Romans had their Necropli just off the Temple ridgeline.
Basil is starting to show serious signs of use. Hopefully after the trip to Lucca he'll sprout again.
Friday was another beach day. A ...
After Paul's morning swim, (I supervised), headed into Agrigento to The Valley of the Temples. Wandered into the city centre in case the tourist office was open. It wasn't. Had a coffee in a leafy square before continuing.
This is the first city where we've actually seen homeless people living in the city parks. In southern Italy we often wondered where some people slept, but nothing obvious.
And in stark contrast, the Valle ...