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... warm and comfortable. However, conditions can change quite rapidly, particularly in the higher passes, as winter approaches.
The East coast appeared and with it the heel of the boot of Italy, the Sarento region. This region is unique as it was a major Greek enclave until the Romans kicked them out around 200BC.
Just before Toranto and after much riding around in circles through numerous small towns and even more numerous ...
... appointed and comfortable and the facilities on board are as good as other ships we have been on. It is the tone of the ship that is the difference. By that I mean the staff as a whole do not appear to as happy and as United as we have experienced in the past. The majority of the passengers are from Spain, France, Italy and there are more kids than we expected due to mid semester vacations which we had not taken into ...
Another blue ribbon for Larry and his navigator Gary who guided us through the Saturday morning Palermo traffic and around the construction project diversions to our hotel, Hotel Joli. The hotel staff took the car to its home for two days until Larry and Lois pick it up on Monday to continue onto Cefalu, a small fishing port just east of Palermo. Gary and I will be on the plane headed home on Monday.
We took the main ...
... similar partly destroyed buildings all across the old part of the city. In the next market area there was a meat vendor who had the biggest hooves for sale - I thought they were cow hooves but Marco explained they were just pig ones - they would have been the size of my lower legs. The next tasting was meusari - which consisted of a mix of meusa (veal spleen), polmone (veal lungs) and scannaruzzato (veal throat gristle) boiled and then warmed by lightly frying it in pork fat and ...
... We didn't do that, but I'll bet Kath did it two weeks ago. Just a bit cool for a dip today.
We are staying in the small fishing and tourist village next door to the site, the name of which I think is Marinella. Our hotel, The Riviera, or perhaps also known as the Hotel Garzia is pleasant and there is a deck just at the end of the hall beside us where we can sip a glass of wine as the sun goes down. It will be an even more ...