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Up early this morning because we have arranged for a private tour to Alcantara Gorge, Castemola and Taormina. Had a light breakfast in Colonnade and caught up with Julianne and Ian in there who were going on a tour to Syracuse.
We were meeting Christian, our driver for the day, at 9am so there was no need to rush. Just the way I like it! Christian was outside the customs area at the port waiting for us. He is a young man and boy ...
... old streets. A maze of narrow back streets connected the piazzas and larger streets. In many of the hillside towns and cities we have visited in Italy these would have been steep stairs or alleyways. In Orytigia the were a pleasant stroll through the private corners of local people's lives. With the sun setting and a date (long overdue) with a washer and dryer, we said goodbye to Siracusa/Ortygia and went back to the ...
Today was a much needed relaxing day at sea. We laid in the sun and recharged our batteries after going non stop the past few days. Tonight is formal night so we are all dressed for photos, dinner in the steak restaurant and a great bottle of 2005 Opus One. After dinner we went to the casino in tuxedoes and gowns looking for James Bond and a Baccarat table. Only found 3 card poker and black jack. Broke even for the evening and off to bed. Tomorrow is ...
... with roasted eggplants, schnitzel, tomato salad, crusty bread and fruit to finish the meal. Whilst shopping this morning I was frustrated that I was unable to use my Travel Card, after a few calls including my partner Peter and Australia Post I can only hope it has been resolved. Apparently the card had been locked as well as my PIN number. I will have to wait and see when I use my card on the future transaction, whether it will be accepted. The afternoon was spent relaxing as ...
... all work out fine, and this simply changes the adventure I'm about to have!
So I have a quick look at accommodation options and come across the concept of staying at Monasteries across Italy, and there's a few in Florence. They're not only cheap, but staying in a Monastery appeals as I figure what better place to be based for a few days and receive divine guidance, for where to go from here! So I take a photo of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center