B&B Dionisio

Address: Via Dionisio I 3/A, Taormina, Sicily, 98039, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via Dionisio I 3/A, Taormina, is near Isola Bella, Caffe Wunderbar, Lido Mazzarò, and Mazzaro.
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          Day 7: Home time

          A travel blog entry by hannah.nickel on Sep 26, 2014

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          Today was the day my amazing time in Rome Italy, ended. I
          packed my stuff and went out for one last time to see my volunteer workplace,
          to say a quick thankyou and to say I’d definitely be back soon. After that I
          went to see the Trevi fountain, which was absolutely beautiful and walked
          around Rome, and ate some gelato before heading back to my hotel to check out
          before heading to the airport ...


          A travel blog entry by hannah.nickel on Sep 25, 2014

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          ... Tagliata al balsamico (premium sliced steak with a balsamic vinegar reduction)

          Salmon fillet with a salsa dressing

          Dessert (choice of one):

          Mille-feuille (fine puff pastry
          layered with a sweet pastry cream)


          Fresh fruit ...

          Day 5: Walking tour of Rome.

          A travel blog entry by hannah.nickel on Sep 24, 2014

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          ... of 25
          people, this tour would be great for a group of young people because you could
          do this tour just purely as just the group of young people, it was a great
          tour, and having it purely as just a group of young people would definitely
          ensure personalized attention from the guide, and value for money. I enjoyed
          this tour quiet a lot learning about different Cultures and heritage. ...

          Day 4: Volunteer work

          A travel blog entry by hannah.nickel on Sep 23, 2014

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          ... in the
          fascinating culture of Italy. This position is unbelievably unique and requires
          a lot of energy, dedication to working with a family and coming up with
          creative lessons and techniques to help teach these lovely families English. Go
          Abroad provides the materials and all you have to do is provide the personality
          to live up ...

          Day 3: Walking food tour.

          A travel blog entry by hannah.nickel on Sep 22, 2014

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          Today I went on a walking tour of Rome, to find the best food spots in town. Led by a local food-loving guide named Gigi, this brilliant tour included nine regional food tastings and explored Rome's foodie neighbourhood, Testaccio. I meet colourful traders at a gourmet market, heard recipe secrets from the people behind the oldest food traditions in Rome. I sampled some brilliant gelato at Rome's oldest gelataria, tasted ...