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... temperature in the flow varies from 10,000°f at the source, to 5,000°f in the flow to 424°f lower. The flow of lava is very slow, but continuous & difficult to control. During 1 eruption they wanted to change the course so
First - they used bulldozers to push a wall of rocks in the way & encourage the lava to move but this didn't work
Second - they got helicopters to drop huge lumps of concrete into the lava, but they ...
... with amazing views of both the sea and Mt Etna, then through town to the Messina gate (facing the town), went to the post office, had 3 different types of "Arancini" - rice balls, walked more then stopped for a couple of drinks, back to our meeting place & transferred to our bus then onto our hotel.
Checked in, did some hand washing then went exploring, has a beach, a bit like you see on ...
... with a casino and duty free shops. We got there early so we got a great table on the sundeck and enjoyed leaving the harbour to the sounds of Crowded House!! Very popular here in Italy. The ferry ride was gorgeous and the sunset was stunning as we left Italy. We slept the night and arrived in Croatia as the sun came up in the morning. It was a wonderful ferry ride , very beautiful and as flat as a pond and really warm. Bye for now - Grace
... 8217; We were in ‘first class.’ No wonder the seats were so comfortable. But we had ‘second-class’ tickets. When the conductor reached us we were prepared to move. He check our tickets, stamped them, and motioned it was OK to stay. Wow! He must have had elderly parents!
The scenery was wonderful the entire trip – because, little did we know, but this part of Italy has "Alp-like" mountains and villages perched ...
... the same thing, although the waiter recommended a different bottle of wine tonight, but it was all equally as delicious. One last gelati for dessert and I had my favourite flavour combo yet, cioccolato nero and crema, which I think was just rich vanilla. Yum!
The next day we were up for one last delicious Italian breakfast and coffee. I'll be sad to say goodbye to the perfect Italian coffees. Great coffee is sparse in London, and takes some searching out. Ciao for now!