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... low 30s, and I'm drinking acqua gassata- don't jump to conclusions!) It's an easy 10 minute walk to Corso Vittorio Emanuele, the main street- a lovely pedestrian zone, and only a couple of minutes further to both port areas and the citadel and museum. Anoeta had left us with some of her home made goodies too, and more things have appeared early in the morning. Little sugar drenched doughnuts (like our New Year 'olly-bollies') had appeared magically on the table when I went out on ...
After a rushed start we arrived safely at Catania airport with plenty of time to spare - thank you Mt Etna for not erupting or billowing clouds of ash into the atmosphere so we could depart on time! There was a bit of excitement as we were getting onto the plane . We watched the police penitenziari van roll up and three police get out (in plain clothes) then open up the Bach and a great hulk of a man fumble out ...
... was excited to see his nonno's old bullet press and the girls and I received a lesson on how to make shotgun shells! Next was off to Milazzo to farewell Anna's new best friend and third cousin Emanuela and baby Marco, Alessia, Giuseppe and Maria and 8 of the other family members who came to say goodbye. By this time it was nearly 6.30 and we still had to have a farewell meal with Zio Tindaro, Zia Mica, Carmelo, Andrea and Barbara. We tried to ...
... 396 bc. On the way home we stopped to get the kids gelato and then headed over to a little restaurant we found down the road called trattoria tipica - it had a lovely atmosphere but I was a little worried when I saw cavello on the menu, we had a laugh but didn't tell the kids then I went on to ordered the mixed meat platter and then realised it might come with horse!!! Luckily it didn't! We headed home and started sorting things to ...
After a late night ( or should I say early morning) yesterday we had a very slow start to the day, having brunch at 11. Went to the beach for a quick walk, chatted with an American couple who spend 5 months here every year and then a swim and home for gnocchi lunch at ...