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... appreciated in performances today; the splendid 15th century Palazzo Corvaia; and the Odeon, a small Imperial Age theater set amidst colorful public gardens.
SICILIAN WINE ROADS
Duration: 4 1/2 hours
Tour Code: tam-006
Explore Sicily's historic winemaking tradition during this picturesque half-day visit to the wine region near Mt. Etna.
Sicily is Italy's third most important wine and ...
... met up with a few crew members at a cafe where there is good wifi. I was able to have a video chat with my mama before heading back to the ship.
I watched Silhouette the show for the 7th and 8th time and watched the movie Goon. On a side tangent, this movie is hilarious and since parts of it were filmed in Winnipeg it made me very happy to watch while being so far away from home. ...
... from the floor on the passenger side. I am trying to wrestle both it and the iPad from him (which I have had out on my lap for directions) but he is quick and efficient and within seconds the bike rider has picked him up and they zoom off down an alley with my bag. It is all over in under a minute and we can't even get out of the traffic quickly to chase them. We eventually get turned around and follow looking in garbages in case they toss the bag to no avail. It is now a quarter to ...
... largest active volcano in Europe and dominates the landscape all around here. We have had a quiet Sunday in Taormina today and head off tomorrow on a tour to Syracuse which is reportedly very beaufiful. Good to see you are enjoying the blogs...appreciate your comments.
... a lesson in Sicilian cooking that focuses on pasta, meat, vegetables and cakes. Your cooking lesson concludes with a lunch consisting of the prepared dishes accompanied by wine, and served al fresco in Ms. Consoli's garden (weather permitting).
We toured the market and reveled in the fresh fish and produce and, well, fresh everything. Hassled a bit by gypsy beggars we got off easier than one of our shipmates ...