BEST WESTERN Hotel Mediterraneo
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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 ...
... Catania for Palm Sunday (really Saturday night) mass. After mass I treated myself to a wonderful meal complete with pizza, mussels, and wine. Life could not have been better. We spent our last day in Sicily in the city of Siracusa which had a very different character than both Catania or Taormina. We were given a tour of the area. My favorite part was stopping at a famous stand and grabbing some delicious and well-needed frozen lemonade! After that we went to ...
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 ...
This visit makes up for most of the morning and we spend the rest of the day sightseeing in the rain and up and down Via Etnea, the main shopping street that runs straight from Piazza del Duomo up to the foothills below Etna for what it feels a thousand times.
So we decided to head for the airport early and we sat exhausted waiting to board the plane, dreaming of a sunny Rome.
... think of the mountain as extending all the way from the ocean to the main volcano 35km's inland. The reason is that there is an estimated 350 volcanic craters that are part of the land around the volcano and all part of the same volcano system. Etna is 3,350 metres (about 11,000 feet) and today we would bus to the end of the road at 2,000 metres and walk around more recently extinct craters. The volcano has four active craters, all out of walking distance for us, ...