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TravelPod Member ReviewsLoLhostel Siracusa Syracuse
This may be the best hostel I've stayed in, its nice and comfy, with a good kitchen with use of seasonings and oil, then they also have chefs who come in to cook every few days if and when there is the want for it! Unfortunately I had already bought loads of food that i had to use up! The staff are super friendly and helpful, making you feel very welcome, and the map they give you is full of information about what to see, and had been annotated to point out the best places for meals, snacks, gelato, bread and shopping! The location couldn't be better and breakfast was more than enough. I will be back!!!!
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Ahhh, the last few days have been amazing, this is such a lovely town. I don't know if it's just the place, or a combination of things, but I've been feeling so happy and so relaxed!
The feeling of epic-ness started on the bus from Agrigento to Catania while I was listening to a selection …
Antonio finished his internship before the rest of the crew so we took a trip to Siracusa. We took a bus and passed Mount Etna along the way. Our plan was to go to a nature reserve but when we went to rent a car/scooter to get there the man at the desk was going on break....for three hours. He was headed to the beach so he gave us a lift. The …
... d call scrub and trees. The first bush to grow on the lava flows is broom. The locals admire the yellow flower. At home of course, broom is a weed. In some parts the countryside reminded us of NZ sheep country in summer. A comment from the tour guide on the bus reminded us of some lines from Fawlty Towers when she said in winter in Sicily you can go skiing on Mt Etna and swimming in the ocean on the same day. As Basil said to the Californians, "it sounds very tiring." ...
... island connected to Siracusa by a bridge. Think of it like Venice without the canals. As such, it is easy to just wander around, get lost, then keep walking until finding the waterfront, because it is an island and one can never really get lost with such finite possibilities.
Mario and I took the opportunity to wander, visiting the Duomo and piazza, checking out the small beach full of VERY browned locals. We tried some granita, a ...
... around town. We window-shopped along Via Etnea and laughed at university students trying to accumulate "Free Hugs" from the crowd. We sat on the edge of the Fontana dell'Elefanti, devouring our first taste of Arancini al Ragu. We marveled at the sparse interior of the Duomo, and their grandness of the Teatro Bellini. We discovered that the boardwalk along the coast of Catania SUCKS, mainly because between it and the beauty of the ...