Una Hotel One
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Today is beach day, but before going to the beach we would visit a small town (old fisherman village) called Marzememi. first of all the trip that looked easy on the map turned out to be a long trip through forgotten streets in the middle of nowhere. Anyway ultimately we got where we needed to be. As such a nice village, but of this 'old fisherman village' little was left. It looked very touristic (nothing wrong with that) plenty of ...
... with the cathedral was very unique. The cathedral itself used to be an ancient temple that was converted into a church afterwards, but the pillars are still very visible in the church.
From there we went back to our home to have a cooling dive into the little pool and cool down after the heated day. Despite all the nice things we see, the warmth is still a challenge and the amount of water to drink to stay alive ...
... egg plant or cheese filled. Very nice food.
From Modica we went to Noto and made a walk along one of the main streets. Noto is also a baroque city (the nicest probably) but has a different concept, rather than having an old part and a new part, they left the old city and build a new city along 3 main streets. One for the official buildings, one for the rich people and one for the other people. The other streets go ...
... a couple of cemeteries which, from a distance, looked like small townships (which is the translation of the word "necropolis"). We left the bus for a 3 hour walking tour of Noto. A mountain of information came out of our tour guides mouth, but only a fraction of it reached us as we wondered at the buildings of Noto. We saw some remarkable sights within the town, especially the Palazzo Ducezio which we ventured inside of. The rooms were very ornate with matching or toning tiles ...
... from Romanico’s in Miami.
It was in the high 60’s this evening as we found our dinner table at Kaliope on a small courtyard off one of the small alleys on Ortigia. Maybe it was the dim lighting in the very atmospheric old courtyard that gave a magical glow to the cool evening air, or the smiles of our waiter and waitress, or the flavorful food – or that Harvey was smiling because he chose to eat a very light dinner ...