Hotel San Martino
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... across its interesting beach area.
There isn't much area for beaches, so they have just put scaffolding out over the water.
Syracuse is linked to Greek mythology with the Fountain of Arethusa.
The kids were fascinated with the story of a nymph named Arethusa and a smitten god called Alpheus and how they ended up entwined in ...
... I've never seen one like that before.
And then when we got back home I pulled my tooth out and now it feels so weird because it had only been wobbly for 1 day so I thought it was early but a tooth has already come up.
So overall Syracuse was awesome I loved it.
We arrived at a place called Syracuse and the unit is pretty big.
We walked to some markets at the front of the door.
Dad, Riley and I went and saw squirting mussels and they almost got Riley and me.
We drove to a town called Noto.
Riley, Zara and I got these balls that have string and we bounced them like 1 metre away from us and they came straight back to us.
We also ...
Got up for a 7.30 am breakfast and left at 8.30 am to the coach.
Gilberto spoke us today and thought it would be a good idea to have my foot x-rayed as it didn't seem to be getting better, so he proposed to take us to the local hospital in Taormina tonight. We both agreed.
Onto the coach and down to Syracuse where we walked from the coach park to the ampitheatre. We have seen so ...
Delicious chocolate from the ancient Aztec recipe.
The story of our chocolate winds its way down a path which, going backwards in history, unites Sicily with Spain, particularly the County of Modica. Even further back, our chocolate finds its origin in the marvelous, ceremonial civilisation of the Aztecs, the ancient inhabitants of ...