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... bustle of tourists from where we came. Plenty of benches throughout these gardens so you could sit back and enjoy your surrounds.
We ate at Licchio’s and met Angelo who spoke very good English. Enjoyed a light lunch and a granita, for which Sicily is renowned for amongst its many other specialities. Peter had a chocolate one and I had a blueberry granita. Boy they are sweet!
We walked through the main street ...
... used to, we drove the entire 240 km (150 miles) straight through to Siracusa. As a result, we apologize, but we did not stop for pictures as we traveled through the countryside. toward Licatta, Gela and then Ragusa, onto Modica, Ispica and Rosolini, before picking up the autostrada, which took as directly to Siracusa. The coastal plains between Agrigento and Ragusa were filled with field after field of plastic ...
Today was a much needed relaxing day at sea. We laid in the sun and recharged our batteries after going non stop the past few days. Tonight is formal night so we are all dressed for photos, dinner in the steak restaurant and a great bottle of 2005 Opus One. After dinner we went to the casino in tuxedoes and gowns looking for James Bond and a Baccarat table. Only found 3 card poker and black jack. Broke even for the evening and off to bed. Tomorrow is ...
... and Watermelon to cleanse the palate after the meal. White wine, bottled water and Coke was included. After dinner people walked down to the dance area where there was a Dee Jay and bar and there is one thing about the Sicilians you need to know, they know how to party. At 2.30 am the dance floor was still jumping with many gorgeous girls and Men. They love the sexy Latin beats and know how to wiggle it. By this time our little group was beat, so we were to miss out on desert and go ...
... Then I travel by bus to Catania, and stay at a centrally located B&B, and explore the city in the early evening. Again it's full of beautiful old buildings, but wandering off the main streets here, it's quite dirty and feels a little rough, so I decide to stick to the beaten path....its hot, hot, hot again....still in the mid 30's with high humidity, so after awhile of walking and feeling sticky and hot, I sit and have ...
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