Villa Zina Park Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... they are still used, but windmills were used to move the water and grind the salt.
After our tour through the salt flats we stopped in the old town for a late lunch and to wander around. It was one of the best meals we had. I tried a typical Trapanese pasta dish (Busiate was the type of pasta) that was delicious... way too much, but delicious enough to save the extra for later. And Gord had a ...
... white and red wine, for the future and as presents 10 kg of flavor to make pasta 5 packets of sandwich bread and 6 loafs of fresh bred 2 big lovely honey melons and lots of kg of fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, cheese, ect. On board I made a big bowl of Gazpacho and fried lots of Wiener Schnitzel. In the evening I went to the restaurant where we had dinner with Geoff and Lindsay and I ordered 3 take a away pizzas. What of a hell of amount of food, it just seems to be a ...
... we have seen them on this trip. We dropped anchor in a bay in Mondello and had a very warm swim 30c and watched the world go by. Followed of course by some lunch ! We then went back out to sea by which time the wind had increased to force 5 gusting 6. We were in for a bumpy ride. Sometimes it felt like we were going over speed bumps at speed, with poor Baretto crashing down into the waves with a real thud. We made it to our final ...
... night. The next morning we hitchhiked to Sferracavalo. After one hour a couple took us directly to Sferracavalo. They were travelers too. Sailors in particular. We went to a camping were we could rest for two days because we really needed it. After this we went back to Palermo were we ended our Sicilian trip with nice Belgian food Rijs made for us. Thanks Rijs and Aretia for this amazing experience.
Kiss Enea and ...
... anything so we will be very careful!
On a different note we were sorry to hear that the weather has been so awful in Southsea for the America's Cup racing but delighted to see that Ben is doing well. Here we have a different problem.....it is around 35 degrees most days and Dawson thinks he is Ben Ainslie, racing any boat in sight. We may have a different boat, but some things never change!