Dancing Flamingo Sicily Country Resort
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SEPT. 16 - PHOTOS UPDATED. When we planned the trip we double booked Sept 10, not knowing whether we would need the extra night in Agrigento or Siracusa. We chose to spend two nights in Agrigento and, in hindsight, we could have used the extra day to explore Siracusa, Catania and Taormina. Realizing that our remaining time in Sicily was short, we were up early today and on our the road. Instead of the leisurely drive ...
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We then walked around another Crater (Crater Silvestri) before descending down the mountain to Zafferana for a Granita de Mandela and Peach with a brioche. It was a little warmer on this crater.
We then went to Zafferana where we enjoyed a granita and brioche ...
... It was located in a place called Passo del Diavolo. There were about 30 people who ultimately turned up for dinner. We had a BBQ of sausages and steaks, with bread and wine. Not a salad to be seen.
It was quite cool up there in the hills, but was really enjoyable.
Everything is enjoyable when you are with Nuccio and Fiorella. Then it was home to the servants quarters to go to bed.
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After dinner, the line dancing commenced and all the locals performed for everyone. Anybody could join in. It seems funny to see Italian's dressed in their cowboy hats and boots dancing to country and western music. Apparently it is now big in Italy. The night finished at 0100 hours
... left the risotto on the plate and that generally unusual. After dinner the dancing began with two stepping and I had a number of dances with Fiorella and Giusey. This followed with Line Dancing until midnight and then a Disco. I joined in a couple of dances and two progressive dances which were fun. But there were many dances that were unknown to me and I felt very out of touch since it has been quite awhile since I have been Line Dancing in Australia. Overall I enjoyed the ...
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