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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 1861 but still has some degree of autonomy. Etna produces black volcanic rock which is used for building and making tourist novelties. The rock in its natural state greys over time as mosses and lichens take hold and after 30-40 years vegetation takes over, so one can see where the more recent lava flows have been by the bare black rock. The countryside looked normal and wasn't particularly appealing. There was too much rubbish on the side of the road. Parts of ...
We finally had a relaxing morning today, starting with a Nutella croissant for a late breakfast and then a little wander along the waterfront of Giardini Naxos. Before we knew it midday had come around so we decided to get moving so as not to waste the day, but not before lunch at our favourite haunt, Polli All’Inferno (Chickens In Hell).
We jumped on a local bus and headed up to Taormina, where ...
... Once on Milena, I went to the galley, and started to prepare dinner. Marina kindly got me a gin (Tanqueray now), and tonic fixings to share the kitchen with me. I thought... This is cool.... I will get the pasta in the oven, then sit and enjoy my cocktail. About 45 minutes later, with Marina's help... The casserole was ready for the oven. Within a hour, we were sitting topside, enjoying every morsel of comfort food.... I could not get the same kind of cheeses here, ...
... marble floors, giant marble pillars, gigantic domes, sculptures, statues, alters, underground crypts, you name it; it’s there in a super deluxe version.
If you’re detecting a bit of disinterest it’s because I’m preoccupied. It’s about a girl at my hostel in Taormina, Sicily. ...
... 8217;s only natural that when three heterosexual men of non-Italian descent congregate in Italy, the conversations settle to the appreciation of Italian women and their feminine gifts (much to Sheila’s irritation I suspect). Manuel claimed he had three children from two marriages and feared the numbers would’ve been five and four respectively if he was living in Italy. I pointed out that starting a conversation with one woman was proving to be a challenge ...