Catania Cristal Park
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... to deal with this loss. All I want to do is be with my family and sisters right now. However, Anna lived every day of her life to the fullest and I know she would want all of us to do the same. Although this is an extremely hard time for me I am going to try and live my life to the fullest everyday in honor of her.
Please send Anna's family and friends your prayers as they are going through this extremely hard time.
With a heavy heart,
... people travel a long way for just the restaurant - delicious. All local food and wine produced here. The farmstay is owned by 3 sisters.
I would have loved to stay a few days here as the property was beautiful, and the perfect spit for a picnic.
... around for the people of Italy - surrounded by love!
The owner of the apartment I stayed in, in Nomentana, Rome was an earth angel too. Can you imagine, an art history teacher a few years ago...takes me on 2 tours of art in Rome, and cooks me dinner on my last night in Rome. Her kindness and generosity were so special to me.
The owner of the B&B in Catania ...
... is a wonderful escape from the bustling tourist Mecca of Taormina, it is certainly a hidden gem. As we wandered through Castelmola we noticed a high proportion of penis artefacts amongst the souvenir shops. We discovered The Turrisi Bar and climbed the 4 levels to enjoy a granita on the rooftop, being too scared to order a long black. This bar was jam packed on every level with members of all shapes ...
Soundtrack: He Doesn't Know Why by Fleet Foxes
Maybe someday, when my hands are heavy with rings and loose, soft wrinkles and I sit in a contrived and constant ambiance in some room with other old bodies, maybe then I will look with fondness, even zest on this time. This late spring when I took the final bloom of my youth to Sicily and spent it in splendorous squalor in an Italian ...