Hotel Isola di Mozia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... opposed to % of total population) there are more slaved people than ever before. Add to this the 60m refugees in the world today and you realise that perhaps we have not progressed as much as we would the like to think.
During our drive through the olive groves today we could see that harvest is well under way. Little tractors haul little trailers with basket loads of olives off for pressing into oil. Sadly we saw a huge shanty camp on ...
... 8217;ll take the gondola. Wonder of the residents have a pass of some kind? I’d hate to forget anything at the market! The streets are VERY narrow, with perhaps one car width, meaning NO SUV’s!! The cars we saw were compact, and the method of delivery was a tuk tuk! Those three wheeled vehicles are the workhorse of small hill towns with narrow streets throughout Europe. I think they can almost fit anywhere. Someone today ...
We visited one of Sicilia's most famous events ... The Cous Cous festival in San Vito lo Capo ... The "theme" for the event is the "make Cous Cous not war ..." Very nice beach area, very crowded . Interesting to visit for the day, for 10 euro each you get one Cous Cous dish, one drink (pop or wine ) and one dessert. Five different ...
... Casa del Pane wonderful bakery with nice owner and girls who attempted to understand us.too early at 730 for restaurants.wine bought at accommodation is excellent Nerod'avoia 2014 Qal'at. Grown locally..just the thing. Met owners father and daughters..all very nice people. Scenery is beautiful.will see temple in am before driving to Agrigento with some sightseeing on the way as suggested by our Avis mate..a good ...
Our last full day in Trapani was spent casually strolling the old town, stopping for cappuccino, selecting a restaurant for dinner and reading in the sun on our terrace. The only task we HAD to do was confirm the departure point for our bus back to Palermo. For other travelers who might read this, the bus line is Segasta, the departure point is near Corso Italia and Via Regina Elena. The ticket booth is on the town ...