B&B Sotto il Vulcano
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... This time it was a kilo of prams that we pan fried with garlic.....delicious! Skiing on my Etna was very good and the kids finally got to see snow which has been the unusual part of a European trip in winter ie not that much snow at all. The language barrier hasn't been that bad with Jude able to stick up better than all of us, well certainly me. It was quite funny at the ski equipment hire place though as well all had ...
... we could find, skipping out of the second dessert of a prix fixe dinner in time to count down to midnight with the locals, and then running to hide out in a tourist apartment in a 16th-century building while the wind battered what was once the second largest Greek settlement after Athens. Roads were closed all over the island, and record snow fell, the first in more than 30 years.
But Sicily also offered moments of ...
... telling in a culture. In most cases, where the most power lies, the most rich culture lies also. For a culture to invest so much in theatre productions does not diminish a society for focusing on non-necessities, but instead shows the power and influence of a society. It shows great power that a society had the leisure and luxury of investing in the arts. The Greeks started this ...
Today we travelled from Taormina (left about 10.30am) to Palermo with Carmelo who was a great driver. He brought us safely to excelsior palace after about 3 hours. We had a bit of a walk around Palermo before heading out for dinner. It is sometimes an interesting experience with the ...
Today we had a fairly leisurely morning before heading out for lunch to a nice ristorante "Grandula" with a nice view. We then caught a taxi and checked out the harbour down the hill which we have been viewing all week. We also viewed the first Greek colony of Sicily founded in 734BC by ...