Hotel Ristorante La Conchiglietta
Travel Blogs from Sicily
... can get away with, regardless of their shape, and there's no awkward mincing towards the sea, trying to minimize their wobbly bits, but proud prancing as they walk up and down, in their passeggiata, where the sea laps the shore (is there a name for this part of the beach??? There should be - everything I type sounds like it comes out of a Barbara Cartland novel or Chris de Burgh song!)
We went to the nearby town of Scicli for dinner. Scicli is a World ...
After bidding a sad farewell to Etna Mare and Linguaglossa, we set off at around 10am to Cava d'Aliga, outside Scicli.
I had been dosing Nuka with Allergex for the last 2 days for her rash, which was now creeping down her arms and legs. The instructions said to divide between 1 and 4 pills into equal doses throughout the day. After 2 days of once daily, 1 day of twice daily, by Friday we were up to 3 pills, which resulted in Nuka falling asleep upright or ...
... to cry tears. These tears were filmed and verified as human tear drops by three independent labs. The relief was checked by experts for fraud and they could not identify any. They built a new church for this object and the church is truly spectacular. The relief of Mary is very small but beautiful. This has been the first modern Catholic church we have been in. We then continued to Ragusa and stopped to look at ...
Packed the car, tucked Basil in, and left Santa Tecla, heading to Constrada Piano Grande for our second week in Sicily. Hit the autostrada, and high tailed it to Piazza Armerina, our enroute deviation.
Had audio guides to help explain the Roman Villa that we were about to see. Fortunately, there were explanations in several languages, including english, close to the mosaic or structure being described. The audio guide's numbers and ...
- coolness: ***
- difficulty: **
- length: medium
- asphalt: good
- do it if you like: Club Med, pines, cannoli