Bed & Breakfast Belvedere

Via Maestranza 111, Syracuse, Sicily, 96100, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Syracuse

Return to Catania and Etna

A travel blog entry by sam.tank

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... hostel had been very hot last night so I hadn't slept much, so I just spent the afternoon sat in a cafe, enjoying my last few hours in Sicily.

So now it is time to say goodbye to Sicily. I'm currently on an overnight ferry to Naples for a couple of days. I will be sleeping on deck and arriving early morning, so we will see how much sight seeing I will manage when I get there!

Till then, Ciao Sicily xxx

(More pics to come when web connection better)
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Relaxing in Syracuse (Siracusa)

A travel blog entry by sam.tank

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... I sat in a piazza outside a bar playing Bob Marley full blast, forgetting that most bars in Italy give you snacks with your drink, so my full stomach was presented with a mountain of crisps and peanuts!

As I had a bar tab to pay off in the hostel (the bar man had kindly made me a blueberry based mocktail earlier) I thought I best get back before midnight, and found my new Irish friend (Max) in the bar, she had ...

Taormina made our day

A travel blog entry by petkatravels

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... very unusual house type structures called "the beehives". The strange structures were built by Florence someone, whom we think, from conversation with two American ladies, was a lover of Prince Edward and consequently banished by Queen Victoria to live in Taormina. She had the gardens built and the unusual structures for people to enjoy to observe the bees and bird life and left enough money in her will ...

By bus, train, ferry, train, bus, plane and car

A travel blog entry by waynelucas

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... fast fashion over the last short period. Naturally the train is a blend of Italian life on wheels with cats and dogs thrown in for good measure. Trains that float, not possible I hear you say. This is Italy, where if there is the will there will be a way. With Sicily in our sights we reach the end of the train line, a large ferry terminal provides the most unusual carriage, the train is split up into four lengths and is then shunted onto a specially designed train ...

Catania - at last

A travel blog entry by cnsilvestro

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... the middle of the city, and took a walk to the famous Catania markets. These are the biggest we've seen yet, they must cover three or four city blocks, huge... As usual though, everything tends to shut down around 1pm, so we headed back to the hotel for our own siesta. At around 7pm we ventured out again and found a nice Trattoria for dinner overlooking another quaint ...

Location

This B&B, located on Via Maestranza 111, Syracuse, is near Ortygia, Syracuse Cathedral (Temple of Athena), Fonte Aretusa, and Piccolo Teatro dei Pupi (Puppet Theatre).
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