Bed & Breakfast San Placido Inn

Piazza San Placido 3, Catania, Sicily, 95131, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Centro Catania area of Catania, is near Piazza Duomo, Duomo di Catania, Castello Ursino & Museo Civico, and Palazzo Biscari.
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    Travel Blogs from Catania

    Catania, Sicily

    A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 10, 2014

    ... was a bit different to NZ for the black basalt rock that is strewn around, as well as lighter rock in weight, and scoria. Craig walked 600 metres up a steep "track" to one crater and found a lot of loose scoria. He used the surf technique coming down whereas normal people walked. As we find everywhere, the camera does not do justice to panoramic shots. We took a lot of photos to try to compensate. They show scores of extinct craters, most now vegetated, which give it ...

    Another day, another hill to climb

    A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Sep 06, 2014

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    Tonight we ate at a restaurant called La Capinnina (The Little Bell), which was another of the many establishments camped side-by-side on the Giardini Naxos promenade. The pizza was once again a solid effort without being outstanding, with the salami leaving a little to be desired in the flavour department. However, the Nutella crepe I had afterwards immediately erased any thoughts of disappointment. ...

    Sept. 6: Taormina Scicly

    A travel blog entry by rknepper on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... and two weddings, one at each end of the town. We grabbed a cab, and hung in for dear life, as he raced down the tiny streets, passing anything that got in his way. I was sure he was going to miss one of the dozens of hair-pin, switch back turns, and go sailing off into oblivion. Whew.... We made in one piece, two bodies pealing out of the taxi, at a waiting Jacques, in Lido Marone. Jacques whisked us back to Millie, with the salt spray flying and cooling us down for ...

    Non-entry entry.

    A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 13, 2014

    June 13th 2014



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    Rome

    A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 12, 2014

    ... I’m unable to explain the technical brilliance of his masterpiece in an academic capacity but suffice to say it resolves the crescendo of its anticipation into an opus magnum of emotion. You know the surge of electricity you feel through your body when you so much as even graze that mysterious hottie you have insane chemistry with? Well, imagine a sustained surge and that’s how I felt. That’s the genius of the man; every mechanism your body employs ...