B&B Dionisio

Via Ticino 8, 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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... When I arrived the hostel guy recommended where to go for the nightlife. One of the places was also a hostel and was really tucked away but close to the main duomo. I stopped there for a mocktail, and the snack they brought with it was more like a starter. Yummy!

After a while i ordered a real starter with another drink and a random bloke, maybe in his 50's asked if he could join me as there were no more tables. He ordered a beer and some bread and oil... Only ...

Relaxing in Syracuse (Siracusa)

A travel blog entry by sam.tank

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... in the group of around 10 people, so she had to repeat everything in English just for me, it felt quite a privilege!

The catacombs themselves were made within caves. and also formed some of the Greek aqueducts. You couldn't take pictures inside, but it was really mind blowing, the number of crypts in there, and the differences ...

Taormina made our day

A travel blog entry by petkatravels

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... to go, "mountains to climb" and sights to see here and it would be worth coming back to visit especially Capo Taormina, Isola Bella, Capo Sant'Andrea, and the route north to Messina and further up the mountain from Taormina, and Taormina itself again.Am very tired today and a little unwell, started to lose my voice, but maybe it will not get worse. Can feel the ship leaving so will sign off. Going to have ...

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

A travel blog entry by waynelucas

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... out the map and check out our today's route. We are proud of our travel budget today - we have been able to get from Ravello to Catania including our lunch all on just 25 euro per person. The volcano Etna is blowing us gentle kisses in the background which is quite impressive. The towns buildings are covered in a black soot, we are told that Etna is active and the towns blackness is due to the release from the volcano. A travellers biggest annoyance is delayed ...

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 ...

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