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... immediately crank up Travis for the one hour drive onto Syracuse, our next stopping point. We anticipate booking into our Syracuse accommodation by around 10:00pm. Our time in Malta has been really enjoyable and we definitely look forward to maybe returning some day to continue from where we've left off. It has been a major hilight in what thus far has been a great journey of ...
We had some mishaps with trains getting into Sicily. It was a confusing situation, with a train that boarded a ferry to the island and then continued on land. Somehow, we ended up on the totally opposite side of the island than where we were meant to be. There were no more trains for the night, so we made a crash pad at the station. Surprisingly, we both got some really good ...
... one, lies in the valley. Among the attractions are the Cathedral of San Giorgio, and the Church of St. Peter (the “Duomo”).
The city of Noto is also divided into two levels. The newer section, on an incline, provides some amazing examples of the Baroque style, from palaces such as Palazzo Ducezio to religious comlexes such as the Cathedral of San Nicoḷ,
... 20 metres into the sea and still stand without any problem.
So we stayed there for a while, took some dives in the nice water and enjoyed the relaxed life.
After that we went back to our home and further on to visit Noto (the other street) and found a very nice restaurant. Lots of locals, lots of different dishes from what we used to have and a nice atmosphere.
With that our journey in Noto is over, tomorrow we leave for the north eastern part...
... big quantity.
We stayed the evening at home with some home made (?) anti pasto's and wines etc . But what started on the terrace was quickly disturbed by a large number of wasps so we had to retract inside the house to finish our meal. Once the food was gone it was OK to be outside again and enjoy the lovely evening with beautiful views of the sea, the stars and the 'nothing’ around us.