Agriturismo La Perciata
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... stuff too! An orange salad, with fresh onion, olives and a bit of chilli, was a tasty and refreshing accompaniment. Following on from yesterday's archeology, I have looked more closely at Ortigia's Greek past - the Temple of Apollo, near the end of my street, and most spectacularly the Duomo, which is built around the remains of the Temple of Athena. The usual structure of a cathedral has been adapted to incorporate the original 5th Century BC columns into ...
... side. Everything was prepared simply, with very discernible ingredients, and nothing was overly fancy for no reason. It was all just, well, yum.
We finished the evening with a stroll through a small piazza, where the locals were watching a friendly football game between Germany and Argentina on big screens, and stopped at the neighborhood pasticceria for two freshly-filled cannoli. Oh, and Argentina kicked Germany's
... the address I was looking for was 1 block down the street (as I came to find out myself by wandering around for awhile). Maybe they did not understand exactly what I was asking or maybe they just didn't know the postal addresses in the area very well. However, it has been my experience that the general public (insofar as the places I have been) often quickly default to the answer “I don't know” without much thought. Possibly a crazy, beat-up looking, ...
Met at the bus stop by my phone ringing. Roberto piled us all plus bags into his little merc, I was sitting on graham bag.
Apartment lovely but quite a few step, 4th floor. Lucky Roberto carried jen n my bags. Fabulous balcony/roon top patio were we breakfast watching the rich n famous in their yachts.
Only 28/30 here - cool.
Walked to the parque archeologico. Huge greek/roman ruins in the middle of the new city.
roman roads, huge ...
We woke up a little earlier today to make the hour long trip to Noto, famous for its Baroque architecture, almonds and the gelateria that purportedly makes the best ice-cream in the world! I have to bribe the girls with either the promise of shopping or something nice to eat if I expect them to traipse through Duomo after Duomo, or climb unendingly steep hills in search of castles and mosaics. I cunningly kept the address of Gelateria Costanza until the end of our visit, ...