B&B Sotto il Vulcano
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Italian, I drove into the traffic stream, the three directions left and right stopped, the guy coming out of the garage smoking and talking on the mobile had to stop, the guy head on tried to move so I fudged forward, this congested the whole intersection and they had no option but to let me go. The fellow on the footpath staring got a wave from Jenny and saw the stupidity of it all and waved back, moral of the story if you get stuck in traffic in Italy, do something so ...
... It then took me an hour walking around the town asking different people and having to go back to the vets to find the pharmacy to get the prescription - yes the pharmacy where we would get medicine for ourselves also sell the dog medicine - after 3 pharmacies I got it !!! Tia's eye looks better after one dose so sure will be better ...
... Taormina is today a touristy, glitzy hill town...stylish but unreal...and I read very unSicilian. Well I get that with all the label stores on the stroll. I am thinking rather than the first town we visit in Sicily it should be the last! Literally I think everything from an elevation point of view will be down hill from here? I also read that local gossip has it that the town is uncontaminated by corruption because even the Mafia likes ...
... upstairs once we were on the ferry to take photos...ferry takes about 15 minutes to go from the mainland to Sicily. Back down and now we are travelling west out of Messina for Taormina. Onto the freeway and out we go for 45 minutes, off the right ramp and now to find our hotel on a mountain top without an accurate address. Just to say Larry was surprised and pleased he didn't have to bend his mirrors in going down streets which ...
Teatro dei Pupi (on my last evening in Siracusa) proved to be a much richer experience than I had anticipated. I had read that puppetry was a significant Sicilian art form, and 'Rinaldo vendica Albarosa', performed by 4 skilled puppeteers, was a wonderful opportunity to appreciate some of the subtleties of the art. Having enjoyed the ritual negroni for a little too long at are lovely bar opposite the Duomo, I had to sprint past a couple of large tour groups ...