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... with the near city Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto. Located at the base of a peninsula that juts into the Tyrrhenian Sea with a small promontory, is distant 43 km (26.72 mile), from the capital city.] Several civilizations settled in Milazzo and left signs of their presence from the Neolithic age. In Homer's Odyssey Milazzo is the place where Ulysses is shipwrecked and meets Polyphemus. Historically, the town originated as the ancient Mylae, an outpost of ...
... weather on line.uk' is our friend." I said proudly. "They said the entire island of Sicily, would be deluged through today. Tomorrow will be clear beautiful sailing (litterally) for us... but today, we will be sloshing." We both continued looking everywhere, until the hungar pangs started. We foud a small little pizzeria, and enjoyed a great pizza lunch. Marina found a great black dress, and I too, found some things to buy -- so this was a great shopping day for us. Trying to ...
... on previous nights. Matt started with salmon tartare, and I had Caesar salad. We both had beef tournedos. Dessert was apple crumble for Matt, and lemon curd in phyllo for me. We then returned to the room, organized our laundry to hand in for service tomorrow, and packed our backpack for tomorrow's shore excursion in Athens. It will be an early day, as we need to meet up with our tour group at 8:00 am. Better get to bed after such a busy ...
This is the final chapter finished, as far as the Ionian Crossing. By definition the "crossing" is just that -- from one piece of land to another. Once we got to the other piece of land -- which in this case, was Spartivento.... I broke the crossing off there... to let all know we are safe and maybe not quite so sound right now. But we still have not landed.... we had another 7 hours to go, before we could stop, ...
... Sicily's history, some geological history of the volcano (still active), and pointed out interesting sights and landmarks along the way. It was fascinating to learn about all the different occupations of Sicily over the past 2,500 years, and how their cultures have all been absorbed and melded to become today's Sicilian culture. It includes Greek, Roman, Arab, Norman, Christian, Spanish, French, and (now) Italian. In fact, Sicily has been "Italian" for only just over 100 years. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet