I Rustici B&B

Address: Via Archimede 2, Trecastagni, Sicily, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Via Archimede 2, Trecastagni, is near Museum of Childhood (Museo del Giocattolo).
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      Travel Blogs from Trecastagni

      The Island of Sicily, never use the M word.

      A travel blog entry by copitsweet on Nov 06, 2014

      1 comment, 43 photos

      ... wines and then ordered a Limoncello. Well the crowd involved us and one male started singing Quando, Quando, Quando and we smiled, when we finished our Limoncello, he ordered us another two and we laughed and joked together. We thanked him and walked home in the rain, not under the weather, but very pleasantly subdued. What a day. 8.11.14 Taormina Sicily. Rain and heavy wind during the night, thought it would be a day indoors. Had breakfast and it started to clear. Went to a ...

      Acireale Camping...

      A travel blog entry by downer on Nov 06, 2014

      9 photos

      Interesting morning driving through Acireale to find a vet as Tia has a very weepy eye. Firstly the narrow road where Italian drivers do not want to let you through so we got a little stuck and Giles did an amazing manoeuvre and somehow we did not scrape the van. We parked a short way from the vet and I took Tia in and was seen and out within ...

      A Day in Taormina

      A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Oct 20, 2014

      25 photos

      ... hill from our hotel. Works off the limoncello. Part way down the hill to our hotel I stopped in the Giardino Pubblico which is a lovely lush shady park....created and bequeathed to the town by who other than an eccentric Englishwoman in the 1920's. It is quite a lovely tiered garden with odd pagodas, mosaic paths and a statue to commemorate World War II. Taormina is lucky to have had Florence Trevelyan create this garden to watch ...

      Taormina, Sicily

      A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Oct 19, 2014

      15 photos

      ... black...first time so far. I guess that is americano to order, but is usually too strong, or instant.

      We settled ourselves into a short hop down to the ferry at San Giovanni for Messina in Sicily. We forgot we had about an hour along the coast, through little towns until we were able to rejoin the A-3 auto route. so we wound up and down roads passing through small towns and down and through the small hill town of ...

      Taormina

      A travel blog entry by margarnold on Oct 11, 2014

      1 comment, 33 photos

      ... on this trip. It also boasts views to Mt Etna. My first impression was a little negative, feeling that the surfeit of expensive boutiques and tacky souvenir shops, and the constant procession of tour groups was just tooooo much. But you can't be annoyed for long, as it is truly a beautiful place - the natural setting, with superb views in all directions, and the charm of a wonderfully preserved medieval town have won me over. George and I have enjoyed ...