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... dessert, a traditional Sicilian cannoli.
We generally don’t like cannoli because it has too much mascarpone. But this one had just the right amount of sweet ricotta and cream. Just delicious.
It was the perfect way to end a wonderful meal, and a terrific visit to one of Sicily’s most scenic ...
... us along the main walkway, a narrow street lined with shops mainly targeting tourists.
At the end of the street, which is maybe a mile long, is the ruin of a Greco-Roman theater. The Greeks built it in the 3rd century BC, and then the Romans expanded it 500 years later.
A few columns remain, and so do some of the original seats.
But the theater is now used for summer concerts, and it ...
... Normans in 1087. Il Teatro, on the edge of town, has possibly the best views of any arena ever - of the Ionian Sea and over to Mt. Etna. While the theatre dates back to the 3rd Century BC under the Greeks, most of what can be seen (and is still used for concerts) was reconstruction by the Romans in the 2nd century AD. How come we cannot make a bridge or arena or highway in Canada to last more than ...
... the bottom people wade though the water, some bathing, some standing under the waterfalls coming off the cliffs, others just relaxing along the edges of the river and the pools of water that formed in the bottom of the gorge. The water was definitely refreshing given that it was quite cool and air temps were in the mid 30's when we were there.
We did not take any photos in Sorrento where we stopped on the 20/8 as we have been there 3 times before. Our next stop was in Taormina which is perched high up on top of a hill overlooking the ocean. We got on the local hop on hop off bus which took us along the coast then up a steep incline to the town. It was a truly spectacular scenery. Taormina is a comune and small town on the east coast of the ...