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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... fruit, volcanic outcrops Views of Etna Arrived Palermo, taxi to B&B Lovely host, no sign, big old building (was a paper factory in13th century) Large downstairs room with own entrance Drink at a local bar Out for dinner next door at Antica Focacceria San Francesco; pasta with sardines for me and swordfish balls for J B&B: Ai Cartari, Via Alessandro Paternostro ...
... meaning bath and al Saqquah dating back to the cult of the Syrian god "Shai al Quaaum". Could it be that my descendant are a mixture of Spanish and Arabic on my Grandfather's (Rosario Sciacca) side of the family.
In the afternoon Ottavio had spend sometime with me going over the computer.
In the evening Saro's cousin and his family arrived for a casual dinner alfresco style in their court yard.
After a good nights rest I woken up to a breakfast of Granita and Brioche. I believe it has been the staple diet for the whole time I have been in Sicily. The day was enjoyed relaxing by the waters of the Ionian sea and as well the frequent dips. The Mediterranean water are quite warm, but under currents which thrust into the water are freezing. After a while those shots of icy water ...
... we all had siesta, a great thing to do on a hot afternoon before exploring Aci Castello in the afternoon. Aci Castello is a town which developed around the Norman Castle, built in 1076 by the Normans upon the foundations of a 7th century Byzantine fortification. In 1169 Aci Castello started to expand after an eruption of Mt Etna made the towns in its vicinity uninhabitable. The Castle later became the property of the Bishops ...
Sara, Pina and I start the morning with the usual routine which I have been accustomed to, Granita and Brioche! Oh my God, I had a chocolate Granita, followed by a Sicilian Ricotta Cannoli and a Pasta Mandola.
My cousins have a habit of racing me to the register when it comes to paying the account. Not only is their generosity overwhelming, but its now getting to the point it is ridiculous. Saro has this annoying saying which is irritating! "Guests Don't Pay"! It ...