Agriturismo Santa Margherita
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... around, especially Mt Etna. We went for lunch at Sine Tempore, which I found a little snooty and definitely didn't offer the the best pasta: Lia had veal a la limone, Nuka the Sine Tempore which had wild mushrooms, Paolo had a pasta that included fresh tomatoes and I had the Norma.
Using our our newfound energy, we made it back to our car and set off for Bronte, home of the pistachio. The GPS put our time of arrival at 3.30pm, perfectly timed to ...
We arrived, or tried valiantly to, at around 3pm between Piedmont Etneo and Linguaglossa, but couldn't find the agriturismo, despite counting the requisite railway crossings before the turn-off! We had to wait for the owners in the parking lot of a nearby supermarket. Maria came to fetch us and within minutes we arrived in Etna Mare.
It is hard to describe this wine and olive farm near the foot of Mount Etna and ...
... in a hurry. The next day we took a tour bus around Rome, OMG the history was amazing, Colosseum, Pantheon, Angelo, Di Vinci the Roman and Christians. The Pantheon was simply amazing. After 2 days in Rome we headed to the Camp ground in Grimaud, South of France. 5 Days finally relaxing a little? Boy there is a lot of money out there, we don't have it thats for sure. 2 more days to go and then on the plane to Dubai and then home. Looking forward to ...
The boat docks at our rock beach and we board for our voyage to Capri. We watch the green sea and coast as we make our way over and cruise around Capri. The water is very choppy and tiny row boats are lined up outside the small entrance to the traffic-jammed blue grotto. It looks like it would be hours to get in if it is even possible. So unfortunately we miss this archaeological site. Our typical luck!
Once on land after a ...
... covered in dark chocolate!! Mamma-Mia!! How are we going to fit this in our stomachs?? We unbutton our pants, take a deep breath and we mangia (we eat)! :) After the food fest, we go next door to say our goodbyes to the rest of the family. We thank them for their love and hospitality and we leave with sad hearts. It's been a long day and we need to rest. We check out of the hotel in the morning and we're driving to Taormina where we're staying for the next 2 nights. So stay tuned... ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed