Hotel Baia Azzurra
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... high on a cliff provide astonishing views of the ocean and the mountains...and on fairly famous mountain - Mt Etna! At the moment the peak is snow capped,although it is possible to see a little smoke wafting for the peak!!
we have enjoyed a couple of days wondering around here exploring and tonight we are off to the opera! A small production of different ...
... day in Catania with a tour of the city that included seeing a beautiful park, a cathedral, and a fish and meat market.
After that we had some free time to discover the city and to do some shopping. We had a quiet dinner in the hotel that night and got ready for our next adventure on the following day. We woke up bright and early to make our way to Taormina, my favorite part of the trip! The entire city had an incredible dynamic. If you were in the ...
Last day had perfect weather. We went to an ancient theater with the casual Volcano as the background scenery. Mt. Etna was huge and beautiful. Clouds covered it up and I got a quick glimpse of it. An overall amazing weekend and I was sad to leave. Definitely want to go back to Sicily some ...
... and I got Gary to be an audience of one applauding. The theatre is used today for musical productions including operas. None are on while we are here, but it must be a wonderful sight and event on a summer evening. I sat in row 7, seat 33 in the centre orchestra to imagine it. We then did the stroll up Corsco Umberto from Porta Messina to Porta Catania, the official length of the Taormina. We stopped in the churches, ending up ...
... and go to their new homes in
European countries with cases of cheese and meats etc they can't live
without. This was followed by a visit to Mt Etna partly shrouded in cloud, a friendly volcano to the locals. We've seen more impressive ones (Rabaul) and didn't care for the discarded rubbish lying around, not a good look for a tourist spot.
We are well over half
way through our tour. Although our hotel stays have been ...