Il Giardino delle Zagare
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... the target a Blue Nun appeared out of nowhere. All very odd. The good news was that the gift shop looked as though it had closed peacefully with no evidence of any international incidents and we did not see any septuagenarian grannies lying comatose amongst the ruins.
The search for Montalbano's favourite restaurant proved as elusive as his statue but we found a place that served us a bowl of pasta on the sea front and cycled to Villa Franca with no ...
... boy did we sleep well last night. I have never seen a more complicated password for wifi I have attached a photo We did not fully appreciate the B & B until we came up to the roof terrace for breakfast . The most amazing spread of home made delicacies see photo. The delightful lady who runs the place said " start the day with something sweet as bitterness is sure to follow" Sicilian philosophy. The views match the food and as it ...
... but no real disasters. Well, today I messed up big time! About 10 miles into cycling we discovered that the route I had planned was on an autostrada where, not surprisingly, bikes are prohibited. New route discussed, and off we trundled. It was great cycling, it was warm, no wind, little traffic, very colourful wild flowers everywhere, the occasional hill to get the old heart beating and legs pumping on the way up and get your breath back on the way down .
... empty - a good sign! What we saw inside Villa Romana bewildered and beguiled us. How could mosaics of this scale and utter beauty be laid by mere mortals? I will never see anything like it again. In every single room (and they were all huge rooms), footpaths and public spaces, there were the most intricate, colourful, intact mosaics. UNESCO has declared the Villa a world heritage site, and it deserves to be, it blew us away. Because ...
I stayed in a small town near Rimini, Italy with a friend and his family for about a week. The hospitality they showed me was beyond my expectations I cant thank them enough.
Denis's family own and run their own pasta shop. I was able to watch them make all types of pasta, lasagne, ravioli, tortellini and the speciality of the region which is panine.
Now, my mum is a great cook, but wow the food we had everyday was like a gourmet meal. Most days, I had to have a siesta ...
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