Relais Torre Marabino
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Travel Blogs from Ispica
... in Sicily and still haven't been in the sea... So I quickly amended that, got my shoes off and went for a little wade!
I'd found a fruit guy and a supermarket, so bought a load of groceries for my stay, meaning that my dinner for both nights and lunch were pretty tasty! I made three Italian combo plates of tomato with mozzarella, melon with prosciutto and fennel with orange, of course with lots of olive ...
Vivai Randello, on the other hand, is a coastline pine forest slowly transforming into dunes, and eventually inviting you to climb off the saddle and take a short walk towards the beach. Well hidden from the rest of the world - courtesy of a sharp cliff on one side and a whole lot of nothingness on the other - it effortlessly takes over all senses and puts a big grin on your face.
... and did not even mention his screw and only a minor mention of his WMDs - a catapult , mirror technology etc.
Our bikes were being collected from the hotel so we decided to borrow the hotel's bikes which were dreadful. Flat tyres, no gears, far too small and the chain hadn't seen oil since Mussolini was a lad. We struggled up to the archaeological site about 2kms from the centre.
This had a Roman amphitheatre and a Greek theatre on the same site. The ...
After the joy of finding Montalbano in Scicli we did our usual start of the day, ask detailed instructions how to leave the town and then totally ignored them It turned out well on this occasion and on the whole it was very enjoyable with butterflies, sweet smelling Bougainvillaea, birds swooping to catch the slightly irritating flies which bounced off our glasses. There was very little wind, gentle gradient and v little traffic.
... tried to explain this riddle to them (Ian always speaks Portuguese when he is abroad irrespective of which country he finds himself in) but after a while I took to smiling benignly and leaving them to debate this conundrum no doubt long after we had left.
The roads and the surroundings got more and more rural as we progressed and by 7pm we found ourselves on a dirt track following a compass reading. You might be able to make out two weary shadows on the road pointing ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility