Le Dune Sicily Hotel
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... steamed asparagus and other fresh vegetables. I served them with fresh asparagus and steamed zucchini, capsicum and eggplant in a grilled tomato sauce.
Today I said goodbye to my friends Susie and Sharon. Normally I would feel really sad at the departure but I know that both our families are growing up and our circumstance is changing so it won't be too long before we meet again; with the guys next time! After a 3am wake up call, I flew to Catania via Rome. Oh how I love Italy! The approach to Catania was majestic with Mount Etna to one side ...
... before calling it a night. Catania was strange on this evening, feeling a bit sketchy as it was quite deserted, even in the main tourist areas. We returned to the B&B strangely unsatisfied by the evening, as Catania was nowhere near as lively as other Southern Italian and Sicilian towns that we had visited. But the funny thing is that we later found out the motto of Catanians, which is carpe diem, live for the day - as such, Catanians come out to play later ...
... fee to walk around this tiny little Island. Rip Off!
King Ferdinand l of the Two Sicilies gifted the island to the nearby town of Taormina in 1806. The island was then bought from the town by a Ms. Trevelyan, who built a small house facing the sea and imported exotic plants, which thrived in the Mediterranean climate. Subsequent owners kept up the island, until the owner went bankrupt, and auctioned the island in 1990. The island had ...
... 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 ...