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Taormina is Sicily's best known resort. Hill village charm with vistas of two bays. Our arrival in February was off season so no crowds of tourists. Driving was still a challenge with typical narrow streets and an over abundance of cars. the winding mountain roads added another challenge both for driver and passengers. Our apartment gave us an opportunity to experience Italian cuisine Koran style. Great cooks and wine made for enjoyable meals. Breakfast on ...
... only semi-hard part to walk past was the section of little kids. Each was dressed in what I'm guessing was their best outfit. You could see the little girls bonnets and the little boys dress slacks (almost hanging off the bones at this point). Anyways, I don't want to get too into detail for those that may be uncomfortable with such an adventure but I thought it was pretty cool. I was the only girl there… typical.
After leaving Cappuccini, ...
... in my head. Everything looked so lush! Bright greens dividing the brilliant blue Meditteranean Sea from the mountains. The temperature is perfect.. about 20 degrees warmer than Rome. I am wearing the heaviest stuff I have and carrying a giant backpack, so you can guess I warmed up pretty quick.
Now, I am sitting on a train, waiting for it to depart. I honestly have no idea what I am doing. In a way, it's frightening but more so than anything, it ...
... br> Unfortunately, not all of life's lessons are as fun as trying mystery Neapolitan street food or swimming in the Med mid-winter in your undies. As I write this post, I'm on the train from Napoli to Palermo in Sicily. Lesson number one: If you don't wish to be targeted by half the population of Sicily's smooth talking, espresso slamming sugar daddys, who, coincidentally, seemed to have congregated on this train (presumably off to some ...
... those lower speeds tend to be ignored by most so it is easy to spot the tourist – they are the one likely to be running more closely to the posted speed limit. Fortunately, on highways [and some of the principal roads], "Carla" indicates what she thinks the speed limit is so that gives us a check. Mind you, she is only as accurate as the last time her database was updated so it remains a little bit of a lottery. Hopefully, we will not find our letterbox stuffed full ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed