Agriturismo Santa Sofia
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... be good I think
We are staying in a lovely 2 bedroom apartment here and our host Giovanni, has been most helpful with everything.
Feeling slightly aghast that I seem to have forgotten every word of Italian that I ever learnt...oh dear!
So tomorrow off to Geneva on another early flight...and then a few Swiss trains to end up in Zurich
... for lunch, which is a place that makes food fresh from the surrounding areas. The food was so delicious! Our last hour in Sicily was free time where a group of us set out for a section of beach and sand to dip our feet in the Sicilian Sea! We found it and we loved it! It was the end of a great weekend, which also marked the one month mark left in Rome. It was a bittersweet weekend, but one that had so many bonding experiences and memories!
Last day had perfect weather. We went to an ancient theater with the casual Volcano as the background scenery. Mt. Etna was huge and beautiful. Clouds covered it up and I got a quick glimpse of it. An overall amazing weekend and I was sad to leave. Definitely want to go back to Sicily some ...
... Park, ignoring the signs of compulsory use of snow chains. It was crazy idea, the driving was so slow the the night fell upon us and it started to snow. There were moments we thought we had to abandon the car and ask for accommodation in one of the few houses we saw. The SAT NAV did not help and it kept sending us into dirt roads from which we had to reverse back on to the main road on a few occasion due to the risk of falling inside one of the Etna ...
... about Siesta is
practically no traffic, but not good for shopping. In 1908 a
devastating earthquake flattened Messina with the loss of many lives,
then during WW2 bombs damaged many buildings, not that there is any
evidence of that now. Messina is a 20 minute ferry ride from the toe
of Italy but they consider themselves Sicilians first, then ...