Katane Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... added an egg and also some grated parmesan cheese to the rice which I made up as a risotto.
One quantity (about 250 to 300 gm) of beef or veal ragu (see below)
500 gm Vialone Nano, Carnaroli, Arborio or other suitable risotto rice
800 ml good quality veal or chicken stock
One tablespoon of butter
3/4 cup finely grated Parmesan cheese
Three beaten eggs (1 X 1 and 1 x 2 eggs beaten ...
... where we had a walk around the shops and the piazza. We also saw the Duomo Santa Isidoro Agricola
We then were picked up by Joe's cousin Federica and her mother Marisa (Nello's wife) as we were invited out for dinner to his cousin's Salvatore Liccardello's restaurant "Bistro La Framboisette" in Acireale where I enjoyed red ...
... are surrounded by locals, with only a few tourists sprinkled into the mix.
Catania's historic centre is stunning in some areas, with the Duomo impressive in both beauty and size, as was its massive piazza out front, with a unique central fountain featuring an elephant, Catania's symbol. The buildings here are unique, built from dark volcanic stone, with any light-coloured buildings also darkened by the volcanic soot that continuously falls from Mount ...
... It was such a hot day that we relaxed over a hazelnut frappe and enjoyed the panoramic views this bar had to offer.
We returned down the mountain to refresh ourselves at my cousins friends house, where we shower and change into some neat casual clothing, before walking through the main street of Taormina. This famous town is totally geared up for the tourists and on the main drag there are boutiques and restaurants that are ...
... walk around Acireale to digest the beautiful lunch Zia had made whilst the others took a cat nap.
According to tradition, the Acireale's origins trace back to Xiphonia, a mysterious Greek city now completely disappeared. In Roman times, there existed another Greek town, Akis, which was involved in the Punic Wars.
I love the cobbled Lava stoned streets that give the city of Acirele such ...