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It probably sounds boring but we have really loved our sea days. There is lots to do on board if you feel like it. Or you can just relax. We've done a bit of both going to the gym (once!); playing trivia (once), having a jacuzzi or just reading and looking at the ocean. Because there are no travel stories today, I'm going to dedicate all the pictures to the food. As I've mentioned, it has been sensational with the crowning glory a mini degustation. ...
Wow - I have to say that Italy still has my vote. Croatia is nice and I know lots of our friends rave about it and the whole Dalmatian coast but Italy has it in spades. Sicily was spectacular and we are thinking to include it in our 2015 travels. Syracuse is just beautiful with lovely old buildings, quaint streets and magnificent churches - no ...
... city...eventually found. Siracuse has a Greek history, was founded in 733 BC and rose to become a great Mediterranean power by 415 BC. We were there for such a short time we passed by the Temple di Apollo, oldest and most unkempt temple we have happened on, and did lose ourselves in the maze of streets behind the temple, not intentionally. Eventually we found this loveliest of cities in Piazza Archimede with its ...
... order of Ursuline Sisters in 1923. There is a tiny chapel on the ground floor. The building dates back to 1900 and was restored and opened as a small hotel in 1996.
Ortygia is part of the city of Syracuse which is the birthplace of Archimedes. Syracuse is a 2700 year old city and played a key role in ancient times when it was one of the major powers of the Mediterranean world. As you wander around there is ...
Driving in Sicily is exciting, challenging and is best undertaken after five or more expresso coffees, several sugar laden brioche and a constant supply of cigarettes. The following key principles apply:
- Driving a vehicle must be undertaken at the maximum speed possible without coming into contact with something or someone.
- Traffic lanes are a guide only. ...