Agriturismo Don Mauro

Address: C.da Cugno di Canne, Floridia, Sicily, 96014, Italy | Ranch
 
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This ranch, located on C.da Cugno di Canne, Floridia, is near Fountain of Arethusa, Castello Eurialo, and Foro Siracusano.
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      Travel Blogs from Floridia

      ANOTHER DAY AT SEA

      A travel blog entry by jentalbs on Oct 27, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      It probably sounds boring but we have really loved our sea days. There is lots to do on board if you feel like it. Or you can just relax. We've done a bit of both going to the gym (once!); playing trivia (once), having a jacuzzi or just reading and looking at the ocean. Because there are no travel stories today, I'm going to dedicate all the pictures to the food. As I've mentioned, it has been sensational with the crowning glory a mini degustation. ...

      FABULOUS SYRACUSE

      A travel blog entry by jentalbs on Oct 26, 2014

      7 photos

      ... in the sky. We set sail at around 4.30pm so everyone who had sailed with Seabourn before was invited to a cocktail party before dinner. We had dinner with our lovely American friends from the other night and then we all went dancing until midnight. As each day passes, I'm increasingly concerned about how we are going to cope once we leave the ...

      Ragusa Ibla

      A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Oct 21, 2014

      21 photos

      ... on the A 15, was great...mostly flat rolling groves of olives and small farms with walls of stones between the fields. We did go up, through and over a couple small hill towns but kept on our way to Ragusa. And we are here.

      Ragusa too was devastated by the 1693 earthquake. Apparently the merchant class developed Ragusa Alta but the aristocracy refused and recreated Ragusa Ibla where we are tonight. We have walked up to the Duoma piazza which ...

      Driving in Sicily

      A travel blog entry by juliem.atkinson on Oct 13, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... gestures) against the offended party. This eliminates any embarrassment and helps to reduce the likelihood of blame being apportioned. This is particularly important if the offended party is trapped in their vehicle or lying on the road surface.

      • Speed cameras are in place to ensure efficient traffic flow and that you are in fact "speeding". Photo images are taken ...

      I ♥ Siracusa!!

      A travel blog entry by juliem.atkinson on Oct 12, 2014

      7 photos

      ... could catch that took you to all the archeological sites and museums and churches. When we did take the Fiat 500 out it was high impossible to find a park and the traffic incredibly chaotic! After a few attempts Larry said " It can stay parked, I don't want to drive here at all" So we wandered about or took the bus or a taxi at the end of the day. Ortigia is a magic place and so much to discover and explore. The restaurants and trattorias cook wonderful fresh ...