Castello D'Urso Somma B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... stories to Main Street level. The one Main Street is about 1.2km long, quaint - that word again - and beautifully presented for tourists. About a 20 minute walk amongst the usual European throngs of tourists took us toward the end of the road and the Greek Theatre. For eight euros each we had about 30 minutes to look around before having to head back to the bus. It was long enough. While it was missable,we were pleased to have looked at it. It's origins date to the ...
... Taylor and Woody Allen have in common? Simple - they have all sojourned in Taormina, the pearl of the Mediterranean. Idyllicly perched on a rocky promontory high above the sea, Taormina has been the most popular tourist destination in Sicily for a couple of hundred of years, ever since it became an integral part of the Grand Tour. Beautifully restored mediaeval buildings, breathtaking views around every corner and a giddy network of winding streets strewn with shops, ...
We got up at 5:00!!! And the hotel arranged a taxi to pick us up at 5:45. Thankfully the airport was only about a 10-15 minute drive away so we got there quickly, and headed to check in. The man at the check in counter said he could check our luggage all the way through to Malta which we thought would be great so we didn't have to worry about our big bags in Catania. We headed through to duty free and picked up a couple of local baked goods ...
June 13th 2014
Michelangelo was one of the principal architects of the Basilica that took over a hundred years to build and employed the greatest minds of that era. Notwithstanding how magnificent and detailed it is, it's huge! Its tens of thousands of square feet of Renaissance ...
... within the walls of Vatican City and attracts over 5 million visitors a year- that’s about 14,000 a day, and I can vouch that there were more on the day we visited. Waves of groups of tourists, one after the other, it was crazy! Here’s how not to visit the Museum:
Wait in line to buy a ticket.
Visit with people who dictate the pace of movement.
Visit with children.
Visit on the last Sunday of the month when the museum is ...