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This perfectly located Hotel provided us a nice bar, fantastic meals and superior service. Giuseppe was our favorite host... Looking forward to returning.
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Saturday [October 17th - DAY 13]
7:00 TaiChi 9:30 Breakfast
After the suyn rise, my morning TaiChi, I took some shots from the roof of the hotel. Very clean morning and could see Mt Etna clearly. After breakfast on our last Day, Jack & Brenda off to pick up a Muscato to get chilled for this evening. We walked & shopped our way to …
Friday [October 16th - DAY 12]
6:30 No TaiChi 9:30 Breakfast
Up to a late start after a nice sleep in. Jan & I were a half hour late meeting Jack & Brenda for breakfast. Once we finished we walked to the farmers market at the north end of the island of Ortigia on Via Dione. The market was quite busy with vendors yelling …
... every so often, build dikes and dams so we can keep our feet dry. The fish won't like it much, but why do you think God invented factory trawlers?
The Sicilian Way to Build a City: Build it on top of a hill, idiota. Farmland is for food. What, you don't like to eat? You mama droppa you onna you head?
The Right Way to Elect your Leaders: Don't get me started.
... golden colored sandstone. The monumental churches and municipal buildings are simply stunning in the late afternoon light. After admiring the main buildings and piazzas we wandered away from the main center and found a little wine bar where we enjoyed a few glasses, some antipasti and conversation with a young British couple spending there last night in Sicily. So sad.
... 17th and 18th century enclave of Ortigia and walked into and through the more modern city of Siracusa to the ancient Greek and Roman sites around which the modern city was built. The Roman theater was closed for maintenance and protective work, but the huge and well-preserved Greek amphitheater was well worth the trek. Even more interesting was wandering through the rock quarries that were excavated in ancient times to support the old guys' obsession with ...