Tonnara Di Bonagia Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... no incidents. I wonder if the Sicilian drivers are trained by Napolitani? Or is it the other way round? Non lo so!!
Back at the ship we unloaded our purchases and went our own way. Paula, Steve, Christopher and I agreed to meet up and go for another walk to explore Trapani. Our meet up time arrived and we all disembarked scanning our cards and grabbing a water. We meandered through the streets of Trapani. In front of us, a church where ...
... theme areas spread around town to choose from. Of yeh that makes another interesting first ... A Cous Cous festival! Wait, we weren't done yet ... On our little drive about the Erice area, our Hotel host gave us a few interesting spots to visit, one was a town that made the best Cannola ... A ricotta cheese dessert. Had a ...
Had a quick meal at a restaurant we saw near hotel in the vege market street. Should have gone back to last nights excellent place..never mind.. Steak and salad and mixed grill for Dale when he could not get whitebait..ok but nothing to recommend. Went to the flash looking gelati shop on Via Roma for dessert. Double scoop with whipped cream and little cone trim for 2 euro each. The professor is its name! Could ...
Our last full day in Trapani was spent casually strolling the old town, stopping for cappuccino, selecting a restaurant for dinner and reading in the sun on our terrace. The only task we HAD to do was confirm the departure point for our bus back to Palermo. For other travelers who might read this, the bus line is Segasta, the departure point is near Corso Italia and Via Regina Elena. The ticket booth is on the town ...
... to ask if it's grilled or battered and cooked to death. I didn't and it was. Too bad as the place was serving some wonderful looking dishes, my fault. Marsala is mostly known today as the home of Marsala wine and salt recovered naturally from the sea, we tasted the wine but passed on the salt. It's a small but beautiful historical area, we have attached a few photos. Frankly the heat detracted from the day. We were happy to catch the 5 pm train back. The shower felt ...