Villa Almoezia

Via M. Rocca 12 , Taormina, Sicily, Italy | B&B
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Return to Catania and Etna

A travel blog entry by sam.tank

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... t bring bread so he started tucking into mine! When he started asking a few more personal questions, I hinted that I had to leave soon to meet someone, and all of a sudden he "realised" he had to leave! It was only later I found he hadn't paid the bill, and had left it for me!! Cheeky bugger!

I popped back to the hostel and met a girl from China who is travelling across Europe and we went for a drink in the main piazza, where an American guy was shouting ...

Taormina made our day

A travel blog entry by petkatravels

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... very unusual house type structures called "the beehives". The strange structures were built by Florence someone, whom we think, from conversation with two American ladies, was a lover of Prince Edward and consequently banished by Queen Victoria to live in Taormina. She had the gardens built and the unusual structures for people to enjoy to observe the bees and bird life and left enough money in her will ...

Catania - at last

A travel blog entry by cnsilvestro

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Finally we have arrived in Catania, after dodging around it for the last nine days, we have entered the city for the time, and, I have been again stunned. It is nit what I expected. It is a beautiful city, almost like a mini Roma, clean, vibrant and hundreds of old buildings in magnificent condition. We checked in at the Europa Centrale Hotel which is right on the Piazza ...

The northern coast

A travel blog entry by cnsilvestro

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Today we ventured further along the northern coastline, from Messina, to Milazzo and then Cefalu another famous beachside resort town. The weather was a bit bleak by the time we got to Cefalu, but the views were spectacular. We had lunch at a nice seaside restaurant, and headed back via the coast road rather tthe the Autostrada. Then we joined ...

Ragusa and beyond

A travel blog entry by cnsilvestro

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... the towns we visited today was also the quietest. It is an interesting place, noted for its division between the old town and the new town. In 1693 an earthquake devastated the town, and killed 5000 people. The survivors decided to build a new town higher up, (of course) called Ragusa Superiore and at the same time shunned their patron saint (St George) as he didn't protect the town from the quake. So they made St John The Baptist the ...

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This B&B, located on Via M. Rocca 12 , Taormina, is near Isola Bella, Caffe Wunderbar, SAT Group Tours, and Mazzaro.
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