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... very welcome.
Final dinner at Baglio Oneto tonight. Had our dinner in the restaurant tonight think a certain lady had been complaining about the mozzies in the courtyard. It was our last night with Lorraine tonight as she was getting a taxi early in the morning to Palermo, where she was going to Scandinavia for another three week tour. Sadly said goodbye.
... behind too Helen and Geoff and Lorraine and Gordon and Peter, all a bit worn out now and the hotel is truly a beautiful place to have a rest.
Had a wine tasting in their dining area this evening at 6.00 pm. Only liked the white wine and they really only gave us a taste of their house wines so a bit of a waste of time.
Had our evening meal out in the courtyard which was lovely.
... lunch which Neil and I and Lorraine and Helen thought the star of the meal was the spaghetti marinara absolutely fabulous. We also loved the sea bass which had a herb and pistachio topping on it which didn't overwhelm the taste of the fish. Wine supplied of course.
Gilberto had arranged a lift for me from the coach to the restaurant and back again.
We wake up at 5am and dump Alison and Scott on the quay and make a quick get away as 50 miles to do before the windy front arrives, that Is due late afternoon. We make good time and turn the corner of the west coast as the winds pick up so glad to be in harbour by 3. Trapini was supposed to be a quiet fishing village known for its good fish restaurants but once again duff info. A busy port with lots of ferries ...
... the Mediterranean and is supposedly on par with any found in Greece. It is also described as the most beautiful ancient city as it is situated up high on a cliff, overlooking the sea and surrounded by golden beaches. As it was a particularly warm afternoon, the sea looked very inviting indeed!
This great city came to its demise practically overnight when an old enemy, the Carthaginians, sent some 100, 000 men to lay siege to the town. ...