B&B Casa Michele

Address: Guardiola Vecchia 2c, Taormina, Sicily, 98039, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Guardiola Vecchia 2c, Taormina, is near Greek Amphitheater (Teatro Greco), Lido Mazzarò, SAT Group Tours, and Palazzo Corvaja.
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    Travel Blogs from Taormina

    Have I mentioned steps?

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jun 03, 2014

    23 photos

    ... sunny but not too hot.

    Definitely a tourist town with people begging being moved on by the police. A first. The city was clean, gardens and flowering pot plants, boutiques of the very expensive kind, galleries, well dressed tourists and visitors and a profusion of upmarket restaurants. We settled for coffee on the main piazza, and were entertained by a pair of musicians. Well, one worked exceptionally hard to be ...

    Getting on the wrong train...

    A travel blog entry by brooklyn85 on Jan 20, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... told me to go). It was to leave in an hour so I patiently read.

    The train arrived and people pilled out. I allowed the mass to depart and then I entered. Soon after, the train pulled away. I found it odd no one else boarded, but thought my suspicions were silly and ignored them.

    Pretty soon I began to notice a lot of trains all parked in the same area. I've only ridden a train once here (from the airport) so I didn't know what was customary. I assumed it was ...

    Day on my own in Taormina

    A travel blog entry by nettybu on Aug 29, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... The church of Our Lady of the Rock, built in the twelfth century and restored in 1600, situated on a small mountain overlooking Taormina which offers a breathtaking view. The small church of Madonna della Rocca is so called because it was built and carved into the rock.
    I tried to walk up into into the castle but it had been closed for many years. Then I made my descent down to the main area again to have some lunch.
    I walked from the Porta Messina towards ...

    Arrivederci - Backroads Tour and Italy

    A travel blog entry by gary_13. on Jul 07, 2013

    4 comments, 33 photos

    ... railway station and explore the city, which we had very briefly driven through on our day trip to Taormina and Mt Etna previously.....

    Catania, with a population of 296,000 was completely rebuilt after the disastrous 1669 Etna eruption, and even now it is regularly dusted by the volcano's lava black soot!

    We really played tourists, hopping onto the "tourist train", complete with 'cheesy' clicky clack and toot ...

    Mud slides can be good

    A travel blog entry by mjbolen on Oct 21, 2012

    5 photos

    ... the big game hunt, capturing animals for use in the circus in Rome to athletic events; all done with itsy bitsy bits of coloured stone. George pondered if the tile setters were given a big roll of papyrus with a drawing to work from or just left to their own imagination. I’m guessing they used coloured chalk to mark things out. They had Crayola back then didn’t they? Whatever the method, it ...