Hotel Domus Aurea
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... a glass of white ,but we did enjoy the red with our food. Eldon got the pappardelle with wild boar and tomato sauce. I LOVED it. Eldon wasn't too enamored. He thought the meat had a little too much grit in it. I ordered the house pizza with olives, ham, truffles (yum) with Mozzarella cheese and Swiss cheese. I would have liked a little more tomato on it, but it was interesting. We left quite a bit of food again tonight. ...
... get my car and all my belongings. Catching the boat on the night of 23rd and home by late afternoon on the 24th. Decided not to waste time in Trapani alone...can always go another time with flights from Perugia to Trapani until Oct. Just got word that the the land line and internet are connected and the red light on the elec box is on..so all that is needed is the electrician to attach it to the house. Figures when I left, all would get ...
We have electricity,...ha ha...April Fools!!! we don't.. The latest and greatest is that the lawyer has sent a letter (we hope) to ENEL or somebody, demanding a date for reconnection..and must respond within 5 working days...and.......it is Easter Week. I will be coming home April 7-21 for an electricity break...and to see all my wonderful friends. Hopefully, I pray, lighting candles in church,,that power will be restored when I return with my friend, Manuela and that ...
... how gelato maker works
- finished more cookies
- used modeling fondant to make flowers and bows
- taught how to make fondant roses
After that long day (8:00am-1:30pm 4:00pm-7:30pm) I was picked up from work by a relative, offered a scoop of the most amazing chocolate gelato the pastry shop made, and I was on my way.
When I got home I went out into the town for a nice wood burning pizza. Just thinking about it is making my tummy hungry!
This morning we left Ragusa after a buffet breakfast and headed to the town of Caltagirone. We boarded a small tourist train which took us into some lovely gardens and then up to the town. This town is well known for its ceramics which they export all over the world. Those who were fit enough climbed the 170 steps to get a wonderful view from the top. These steps had gorgeous ceramic edges to them. They celebrate St Peter and St Paul's day each year. Part ...