Travel Blogs from San Vito lo Capo
... expansion. This means that most of the village that was built centuries ago is still intact. (We lost count of the churches, alleys and piazzas in this little city.) By chance we found street parking very near the heart of the city. We walked the winding maze of streets to the gardens and castle that overlook the valley south and Trapani to the southwest. We stopped into many of the pasticcerie shops to view the marzipan creations and other dolce ...
Quick cappuccino and brioche for brekkie in Il cappellaio matto (the mad hatter) and then back to apartment to finish packing! We are catching the bus to the airport at 1250 as its cheaper than the taxi at only 4.80€ each, just checked ...
Sad to say but we have reached the end of our 2 weeks in Trapani, spent the day sorting out the apartment and updating the travel blog before heading out on the town! Stubbled across some live music at Ferlito Gelateria which was then augmented by a couple dancing tango. We had per-booked a table at our favourite Trapani restaurant Bettolaccia which is right next to the apartment. They surpassed our previous experience with a delicious tuna carpaccio antipasti followed ...
... jealous!! After dinner we head up to Castello di Venere to catch the nighttime views across western Sicily before grabbing a couple of digestives at Postello 17 by the main gate before taking the cable car back down to Trapani. Steph ended the night having an in depth discussion with Diego the taxi driver about the taxi cooperative he and some friends have founded..apparently he is the man to call if you need a cab in town for an honest price! ...
... with ancient ruins and traces of history...a muslim mosque, a medieval castle, a roman square, a greek theatre and so much more...Absolutely amazing! Blows your mind away! Despite doing the only thing my mum told me not to (i.e. visit Segesta at noon) we loved this place...But do suggest to visit early in the morning or late in the evening as the heat is, well, quite unbearable! We get back on our Alfredo (yes, we named our moped, so?) ...
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