B&B Dionisio

Via Ticino 8, Syracuse, Sicily, 96100, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Syracuse

Agrigento and Siracusa

A travel blog entry by chicandlucy

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... and medieval. As a port city and major player in the trade routes it became a very influential city. It is home to Archimedes the great mathematician. Eventually Siracusa fell to the Roman Empire but because of its prominence in trade it still thrived and became a center formChristians as is evident in the many catacombs. Beautiful city with wonderful ...

Money

A travel blog entry by fluffypuff

Started off:$4000

Challenges:$3200 --- +$7200

Spent on plane tickets to equidor: $2658 --- $ 4542

Europe to US dollars 1 euro = 1.36 US dollars

Country cash ...

Priorities

A travel blog entry by la-bella-vita

... slipping off it and you hopelessly slide around its skin for a few laps.

After Palermo I went east across Sicily via bus to Catania, a city at the base of Mt Etna, the largest volcano in Europe, and still frequently active (as it is tonight!! Exciting!!!).
The bus trip from Palermo to Catania was pure madness. The chain smoking driver was either pulling over every two seconds for a durry, or, alternatively, swerving oncoming traffic ...

Good morning Catania

A travel blog entry by brooklyn85

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Waking up around 7 am, I worked on my blog from the previous day, got ready, and went to the kitchen for breakfast. It was just me in there. I enjoyed an amazing donut type thing. There was so much food but the donut was all I could eat. The kitty came down and we played for a good 30 minutes until the children called him back up.

Out in the sunshine, I walked towards the fish market. It was another beautiful day. I ...

Taormina to Catania!

A travel blog entry by brooklyn85

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... the town. It was dark by this point but he assured me it was a safe area. I ended up walking to a piazza. It was beautiful at night. There is a large fountain in the middle and small shops and restaurants around it. On the farthest side is a palace of some sort. I bought a gelato and sat, watching a group of guys play soccer in the center. It was starting to get chilly so I got back up after eating my gelato and walked around on side streets. Rounding back, I came upon a ...

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