Le Dune Sicily Hotel
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... the narrow passages to reach the theatre at Vicola alla Guidecca. The performance was sold out, and a group of hopefuls was gathered in the narrow lane on the off chance of a spare seat. As the whole theatre seated only about 20 in permanent seats, and another 12 when the extra seating was added to the aisles there wasn't much point! Hoping that there would be no need to evacuate quickly, I settled to read the synopsis of this legendary tale, soon realising ...
If we thought there were plenty of steps in Venice we soon discovered there are plenty more in Valletta. We are at the top of the hill near the national war museum. At 12 o'clock they set off the cannons. Today we walked around to get acclimatised. We found Michael's map very helpful. The streets are narrow and go up, up, up. There are cathedrals on just about every corner. We walked to the gardens next door for breakfast. When I say next door ...
... guide who was a little concerned. The other two vehicles with us were different tour groups but we all travelled together in convoy. Back at the ski lifts we loaded back into the bus to go down the hill for dinner. Whilst at dinner it bucketed down with rain and was cold outside but from there we drove back to Taormina where it was hot and steamy but no rain. We arrived back at the hotel about 11o'clock. Today ...
We had decided we would have a relaxing day at the resort today. Turned out I didn't feel so well so after breakfast we returned to the room to read, write emails, etc. While I had a nap G did some study. We moved to the pool for lunch and some relaxing mid afternoon. By late afternoon I was feeling better so we still managed to have dinner at the terrace restaurant and knock off another bottle of ...
... At 3pm there was Royal Dutch High Tea. (Extra motivation for the jog!) Coffee and a range of tea is served to accompany a decadent spread of savoury and sweet nibbles, displayed on huge platters around giant ice carvings. A highly calorific but refined substitute for lunch! As you can imagine, our late dining time-slot of 8pm particularly suited us today. Before dinner, we went to the regular trivia contest and after dinner we enjoyed a show ...