Jolly Aretusa Palace Hotel
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Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Today is beach day, but before going to the beach we would visit a small town (old fisherman village) called Marzememi. first of all the trip that looked easy on the map turned out to be a long trip through forgotten streets in the middle of nowhere. Anyway ultimately we got where we needed to be. As such a nice village, but of this 'old fisherman village' little was left. It looked very touristic (nothing wrong with that) plenty of ...
... we took the bus to Ortegia, which is the old part of Syracuse with a number of churches (had you thought differently) a number of palazzos, (had you thought differently) and small and dark streets with room for a scooter at best, but where the Sicilians would drive a car. It was a good idea to use the bus to get there as the streets where very small and traffic was limited. The walk was nice and specifically the ...
... for the parking then, but the downside is that is deadly hot at that time. Modica is one of these towns like Ragusa where we have an old and a new part – all related to the same quake. Lots of churches, lots of stairs in the city, long walks up and down and damn difficult to get a nice picture of the nice things you see. We had lunch in a small place with a typical Modican dish (some kind of pizza but rolled with ...
... to popular account, Archimedes was contemplating a mathematical diagram when a Roman soldier commanded him to meet with the Roman General Marcus Claudius Marcellus but he declined saying that he had to finish work on the problem. Enraged, the soldier killed him with his sword.
The probable moral to the story is never be too busy to meet with your boss.
... when I read this signboard: “The history of knowledge is more about the history of questions than the history of answers. And Archimedes asked himself the question that anticipated what today is a full-blown discipline of mathematics - how many ways can this puzzle be put together?” I love questions – I live my life asking questions as they feed my curiosity and open my mind and heart to new perspectives. Interested in learning ...