Student'S Hostel San Saverio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... street performers. Found a little cafe/bar (ciuri/ciuri) & purchased some drinks, Tim got a beer I got a Caipiroska strawberry, out also came a selection of food, some breads, chips & meat balls, Tim got another drink & out came more food, said we had enough the waiter said NO if you have drinks you must also have food, so had a liquid dinner & we got food by default !
Walked back on the road still really warm out 29° at 8.30pm.
We have loved the mountain areas, and found camping two thirds up Mt Etna, on the edge of the lava field very exhilarating. The volcano was still puffing away above us, although the last major lava flow was in 2005. Our favourite place on Sicily has been Madonie Mountains National Park. We were able to camp for five nights at Piano Battaglia, a small winter ski area, with a sprinkling of empty chalets, dotted around. We camped in a stony meadow type plateau, high in ...
... go all dressed up boys wouldn't have got in as besides a tie which they didn't have you needed a jacket as well. As we walked through the ship felt eyes upon us as not dressed up. Walked through the shops getting a raffle ticket & were there just as it was about to be drawn, everyone dressed to the nines with us 4 in casual, guess what Gail won the prize a ...
... and welcomed with a champagne. We were definitely on our way home, only Singapore to deal with.
Had a lovely flight with champers and nice meals, and a sleep of about 6.5 hours which I was a bit surprised about.
Got to Singapore and was taken off by wheelchair and it was a godsend, because the lady who was wheeling me took us to the next terminal to catch our next flight. It must ...
... setting it up for a wedding, but the mosaics everywhere were quite beautiful.
Onto the coach again and to the hotel. And what a hotel! Stunning, don't want to leave it tonight for dinner, which we were meant to have our final dinner in a trattoria about half an hour away.
After an hour of repacking and sorting ourselves out. Neil and I decided we weren't going to the final dinner, but we were going to enjoy the beautiful hotel we were staying ...