B&B Sotto il Vulcano
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... there last night (performances are booked out months prior), and a popular Italian singer was playing tonight to a full house. Even at the back of the amphitheatre, you felt you we're right at the stage, very personal. All Greek amphitheatre's have a great backdrop, this one is no exception...Mount Etna! To complete the wow factor, at the top the back of the amphitheatre gives stunning views of the coast in front and behind from so high up. You can ...
... about doing a "tour" around Palermo for a few Euro! After some bartering, we decided to take an "alternative" tour of the sights of Palermo. Wow, what a tour, down very narrow streets, which we had no idea where we were...could have been off to an organ donation centre! Saw a few markets, including seafood, meat, goods etc. The churches were a surprise. You can see the Arabic influence in the city and churches, some of the design and work was stunning. The opera house is ...
... 5.5 million people in Sicily, and most of them appear to live near the ocean, similar to back home. Inland is fairly sparse and unorganised, with lots of unfinished building and "rubbish" lying around. But every now and then you find a couple of gems. One place we went to was an old fort type building, the courtyard set up for a wedding. The town itself had a long beach (pebbles), and was clean and tidy with wide streets. This is when we first noticed ...
... in making visibility hard. It was also very very very cold, close to zero...unbelievably given it was 32 down at sea level only some 15 minutes away! I am glad we went up, as this volcano is such an important feature and part of Sicily. Back to Taormina for some tea, before onto the Villa. Off to the north part of the island tomorrow, so probably no blog tomorrow,as we may stay overnight up there. ...
... turn it down despite the heat outside. Before that we went to the local train station to check out a train that goes around the base of Mt Etna and to get to the Mount itself. Very helpful man in the office, got the info we needed and will do this tomorrow. The ruins at Siracusa were spectacular and well worth the trip. The Greek amphitheatre was built some 2,500 years ago and after several additions, completed in it's current form 2nd century BC. It is still a ...