Torreata Residence Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... br> The day continued on to the town of Gallipoli and La Meseria Camping, 3.5 km out of town.
The fortified old town sits on a small island at the end of a narrow band of land jutting out to sea. It was truly delightful roaming around the narrows streets, buying pastries, cafe lattes or hot chocolate and from the small markets, cheese, ham, bread and crackers to picnic with whilst sitting in the sun enjoying the sea views.
... with a guest soprano and tenor who had beautiful voices. We were very impressed. Then it was off for drinks before dinner. Our drinks package has meant we are trying out as many of the cocktails we can as well as having a glass or two of wine at lunch and dinner. Wine at lunch is a great way to start the afternoon siesta!! So tonight we are off to La Goulette, the port of Tunis, Tunisia, Our first time in Africa! See you all ...
... from Selinunte to Palermo, a good 4 lane highway which traverses mostly fields of vegetables, vines, orchards and then jolts you into reality when you take an off ramp into the city. Street signs are definitely suggestions here.
Hotel Joli seems a nice, well located hotel with small clean rooms. Lois has termed it quaint, there being a greater height to the rooms than length or width. The bathrooms might be termed "step savers" since you ...
... gas cooker and he would put the pizza base which is really fluffy on the warming plate for a few minutes and then would sprinkle with pepper and chilli pepper. The bread already had some tomato paste spread on it. I did enjoy the chilli bite in this one. On our route to the next tasting venue we walked past a gelateria and were able to have a look out the back at the owner making icecream. He did enjoy having his picture taken! Our next stop was at the oldest taverna in Palermo. ...
... this square that looked like a post apocalyptic war zone. There was a massive bank in ruins with graffiti on it, a whole bunch of really nice buildings were crumbling to the ground surrounding the square but here were these people dancing, very surreal.
We walked around more and Yeo got some street food. I tried it but it was kind of gross to me, it was cow intestine. The next day we woke up and got lunch which was too expensive and not very good, after that ...