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29 NOVEMBER 2010 - We left our hotel in Taormina and walked to the bus station. We waited 1 hr for next bus so at 10.45am we left for our 1 hr trip to Catania. We drove down a windy road and had great views of Mt Etna with snow. Yesterday we couldn’t see a thing as it was cloudy and overcast. We arrived in Catania and dropped off near bus …
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Celebrating the life of the first Christian missionary in Sicily, is a unique religious festival, that has been held on the 3rd weekend in May, since 1766.
The Feast of Saint Philip (Festa Di San Filippo), is held in Calatabiano, 12 km south of Taormina, on the east coast of Sicily. This small town of less than 5500 inhabitants, swells with revellers in a blaze of street lights, ...
... slipping off it and you hopelessly slide around its skin for a few laps.
After Palermo I went east across Sicily via bus to Catania, a city at the base of Mt Etna, the largest volcano in Europe, and still frequently active (as it is tonight!! Exciting!!!).
The bus trip from Palermo to Catania was pure madness. The chain smoking driver was either pulling over every two seconds for a durry, or, alternatively, swerving oncoming traffic ...
The flight we took had 2 layovers that took one day
We stayed in Catania for one day.
Our airplane ticket from Quito to Catania which was 5,000 USD total.
We stayed at the B&B City Center in Catania.
We had pizza at gisira pizza and drinks for 6 dollars each.