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  1. Avatar jcamato
    November 4, 2017 @ 4:48 am

    Thanks John, this is a great summary of Italy’s beautiful islands. We’ve been to two of these, and clearly have some more exploring to do. We fell in love with Favignana when we lived in nearby Trapani last year. Favignana became the place we’d take family and friends when they visited. I agree – the busiate is to die for, even without seafood. Next time you’re there, check out the cemetery.

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  2. Avatar jcamato
    November 4, 2017 @ 4:48 am

    Thanks John, this is a great summary of Italy’s beautiful islands. We’ve been to two of these, and clearly have some more exploring to do. We fell in love with Favignana when we lived in nearby Trapani last year. Favignana became the place we’d take family and friends when they visited. I agree – the busiate is to die for, even without seafood. Next time you’re there, check out the cemetery.

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    • John Henderson John Henderson
      November 4, 2017 @ 10:46 am

      Thanks for the note. If pressed, I’d probably say my favorite island would be Procida. It’s really old Italy and the one sandy beach who cruised would’ve been fantastic in summer when you could actually swim.

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