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... nameless, exclaimed "after long and prayerful thought I have decided I can’t eat another bite" – well….wouldn’t you know it. Not 2 seconds after that utterance appeared the waiter with some prosciutto sandwiched filled with a fig jam. All bets were off, and the sandwich was consumed. From utterance to ingestion, less than 30 seconds Tea was ending and dinner plans remained up in the air. The rest of the gang ...
... theme areas spread around town to choose from. Of yeh that makes another interesting first ... A Cous Cous festival! Wait, we weren't done yet ... On our little drive about the Erice area, our Hotel host gave us a few interesting spots to visit, one was a town that made the best Cannola ... A ricotta cheese dessert. Had a ...
... Casa del Pane wonderful bakery with nice owner and girls who attempted to understand us.too early at 730 for restaurants.wine bought at accommodation is excellent Nerod'avoia 2014 Qal'at. Grown locally..just the thing. Met owners father and daughters..all very nice people. Scenery is beautiful.will see temple in am before driving to Agrigento with some sightseeing on the way as suggested by our Avis mate..a good ...
Our last full day in Trapani was spent casually strolling the old town, stopping for cappuccino, selecting a restaurant for dinner and reading in the sun on our terrace. The only task we HAD to do was confirm the departure point for our bus back to Palermo. For other travelers who might read this, the bus line is Segasta, the departure point is near Corso Italia and Via Regina Elena. The ticket booth is on the town ...
... to ask if it's grilled or battered and cooked to death. I didn't and it was. Too bad as the place was serving some wonderful looking dishes, my fault. Marsala is mostly known today as the home of Marsala wine and salt recovered naturally from the sea, we tasted the wine but passed on the salt. It's a small but beautiful historical area, we have attached a few photos. Frankly the heat detracted from the day. We were happy to catch the 5 pm train back. The shower felt ...