La Rosa Sul Mare Hotel
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... it ain't there. Second, don't even think of touching that peach unless you're really into high drama and being ostracized in public. Tell the man (yup, they're all men) what you want. (Hold up your thumb for one. If you hold up your index finger he will assume the thumb, and you just bought two.) Once the man knows what you want, he will place it in a bag and take your pennies. You will bite into it ...
... gearbox and properly spaced foot-pedals, making redlining and gear-shifting on the tight and steep roads pure joy). But hey, the freedom thing still applies.
And the countryside is gorgeous. Much of Sicily is very rugged terrain, whether along the shoreline or far inland. We traveled the narrow, steep and windy roads, stopping in the little villages ...
... may gather, at least four of them will be talking at the same time and all will be gesticulating wildly). I wouldn't want to be here in August, but September and October or maybe April through June sounds pretty good.
Anyway, Siracusa was a great few days. Now we pick up our rental car and will be traveling the back roads of southern and western Sicily for the next ten days or so. Already seems like our time here is growing too short.
... dedicated to Archimedes. Also very interesting. Had some spinach pastry thing and frittata for lunch before have our final look around. Dinner was once again at Vecchio Ponte. John had what I had the other night, veal with mushrooms and I had pork Involtinl. We had cassata to finish as it was our last night in Sicily. The owner gave us some sort of liqueur to have with the cassata as he said they go well together. He was right! Lovely ...
... a bar and restaurant all part of the "lido". When John saw the empty cannoli shells while ordering a coffee he just had to have one. The barista filled one with ricotta and we shared it. Crunchy, crunchy shells, soft smooth ricotta! The water was refreshingly cool. No waves of course but it got pretty deep very close to shore so didn't have to wade out for ages. I had a lovely tuna salad for lunch and John had eggplant parmigiana. ...