La Casa Sulla Collina D'oro
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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OK, jumping off my soapbox (or rolling off the psych couch), back to the Sicilian countryside. From Modica we navigated to Ragusa, where we left the car outside the old city and spent a couple of hours walking the beautiful old hilltop center. Next stop, Caltagirone, known as a center of ceramic art. Karen has been looking for some very unique ceramic ...
... from here!! We also saw Mount Etna in the background and the grey granite contrasted beautifully with the foliage. Sicily was also the greenest place that we’ve been to in the Mediterranean. Everywhere you looked where trees in full bloom and the drought that we’ve seen all through this region was not apparent. Bella!
We also saw the largest Astronomical clock in Europe and watched it chime at midday. All of these ...
... with us and was such a lovely apartment! Her flat had been owned by Frank Sinatras granddaughter! It was roomy and spacious and very beautifully finished. Parquetry floors timber kitchen, balconies etc. Barbara had to have some renovations done, which is why she was staying in the B and B. She made us a nice cup of tea and we had a lovely ...
Although I posted some of the pictures in a separate entry as well as on facebook, our visit to the thriving metropolis of Delia in central Sicily deserves an entry all its own.
Our Canadian friends Joe and Anna DiNatale are originally from Sicily and when Joe heard we were going to Sicily this summer he said it was a done deal.. that we would stay with his family . His 87 year old mother still lives there, along ...
These pictures are from our stop at Piazza Armerina in central Sicily to see the famous mosaics in a huge Roman Villa located here. It was a bit out of the way but worth the visit. The Villa Romana del Casale (Roman Country House) , originally the property of a powerful Roman family, dates back to the ...