Aldebaran Family Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a nice and open square (who wants to eat in an open square in the middle of the sun at 35 degrees ?
We strolled through the village and then went to the beach.
Beaching seems to be a life style for most Sicilians, after some extensive searching we found a nice spot, where there were not too many weeds in the sea and installed ourselves amongst the locals.
The sea was beautiful, the water was warm - really warm- beach was sandy and you could walk for ...
... of the park and we had to walk to the complete other side. From there we explored the park: the teatro Greco and ancient greek theatre that is now used for re-enactments of the old plays, the area where the stones were excavated by the slaves, the ear of Dyonisis, and so on. A number of places that were brought together in the park some of which were very nice, others very cool given the shade in the area.
... it wasn't broken but I had done too much on it and if I had rested it for two days after the accident it would have been a lot better, however, he advised that I got an x-ray at a radiographer, which he gave us the name of. So Gilberto said he would make an appointment for the next evening the next day as it was now about 8.00 pm at night.
Lorraine and Helen popped in to see us, and so to ...
... spotted their smiling faces on their return.
That night Chris and Kathie invited Gavin and Lisa to our boat for a bit of a celebration, beer and some wonderful Italian food, of which there were Olives, and a special type of relish some cheeses from the markets and to top it all off some New Zealand peanuts which I had bought for Chris, such a prize for expats travelling around.
But there were more adventures in store for us.
To be continued...........
... and developed thanks to the port of Camerina. After a short Carthaginian rule, it was administered by the Romans and the Byzantines, who fortified the city and built a large castle. Ragusa was occupied by the Arabs in 848 AD, remain under rule until the 11th century,when the Normans conquered it. Ragusa then followed the events of the Kingdom of Sicily, created in the first half of the 12th century.
In 1693 the city was devastated by ...