Travel Blogs from Marina di Sibari
... that was closed the other night, which Enzo, Adriana, and Federico all say is the best gelateria in Calabria. They weren't lying. The pistachio gelato was so good it actually made me sad--because I don't think I will ever be able to enjoy pistachio ice cream ever again, it will always be a let down compared to this. I am definitely going to try to go there again before I leave.
... it's identity. Still, I knew I had to at least try it. The taste wasn't bad, but I couldn't get over the texture. So after I ate two tentacles I apologized to Adriana and explained that I didn't like it. Her response? No worries, because she doesn't like it either. ...
Tonight at dinner Federico asked what I liked better: ice cream in Italy or ice cream in America? I told him that I couldn't really answer that question because I hadn't tried very much Italian ice cream. Challenge accepted. Enzo suggested that we all go out and get some gelato after dinner, and so we did! There was a brief debate over which gelateria to go to; Matilde wanted to go ...
... So we did, and we made a bunch of other ornaments too. Unfortunately we didn't have any food coloring, so after a failed attempt at using tumeric to make the dough yellow, we decided to just color our fingers with markers and use them to add color.
Not exactly an English lesson, but I think it worked out well. ...
On Friday Morning, I lost my x-ring. Now, as any fellow Xavierian can attest, aside from death and illness losing one's x-ring is a St.FX alum's biggest fear. It is something we all think will never happen to us, and something we vow to never let happen to us.
I was sure that it was in the house somewhere, but then of course my mind started to go through all of the possible ways something can find its was out of a ...
Other places to stay in Marina di Sibari
c/da Salicetta, Marina di Sibari | 4 star hotelfrom $52