Hotel Bel 3
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... where does it come from? A - the ship uses about 950 cubic metres (250,963 gallons) per day, which is generated from seawater using 3 evaporators and a reverse osmosis unit. The hot water is heated with steam, which come from boilers using oil or exhaust gas. Q - how many stabilisers are there and how do they work? A - there is one pair towards the aft and they look like short stubby wings, 6m long and 2.77m wide. They work automatically when ...
... we met in Syracuse warned us we would need at least 2 days. We have tried to see as much as we could in the short period of time we are in this city but we had to go back to the hotel to change into dry clothes. We have got so wet and so fed up that we hardly wanted to go out again. But we couldn’t go to bed on an empty stomach and we have been in Italy for 72 hours and still not had pizza. The clock will still be running as we had dinner in a Japanese restaurant.
... to the Hotel Della Valle and packed all our luggage to go back home.
The next day we went back to Palermo, we took a flight back to Rome, Italy and then we went back home. Throughout my journey to Europe I enjoyed it very much and the seven days that I stayed there, the weather helped a lot because it was very nice, and I am looking forward to my next adventure.
... guides we had read. Perhaps it was because we are not great pasta fans - or perhaps it is because we are spoilt rotten with our abundance of local fresh seafood at home and don't care for bits of unidentified fish and mollusc parts in our meals. But we did find the restaurant menus monotonous and the food not especially flavoursome.
La Staffa Restaurant however was a real execption and once again we enjoyed a very pleasant meal ...
... Saint Mary of the Admiral)
Our last visit for the afternoon of our first day was the famous medieval Chiesa della Martorana, better known as just La Motorana (named after noblewoman Eloisa Martorama who founded a nearby Benedictine convent).
This ancient church was founded in 1143 by Syrian Emir George of Anticoch, an admiral of Norman King Roger II. Originally planned as a mosque, it is thought that the exquisite mosaic work ...