Hotel Centrale Europa
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... so fortunate that our home town of Crowdy Head is still a quiet fishing village with just 30 full time residents - but we know that it is just a matter of time.
Taormina is a small picturesque township perched oddly on a rocky promontory on the east coast of Sicily between Messina to the north and Catania to the south. More tourist oriented and trendy than the charming town of Naxos, Taormina is however wonderfully located at an ...
... place; something I haven't seen in Italy. I wanted to warm up so I ordered a pizza. Did I mention everything is much cheaper here? It is. So far, I have enjoyed sicilian food and prices much more than in Rome.
I was worn so I headed back to my B&B and talked to my mom until I feel asleep. That was my first day in Catania/last day in Taormina. :)
Woah, my blogs are getting long.. so sorry! I will try to write more to the point next time.
After another excellent breakfast, we packed and checked out, leaving our bags at the Hotel before heading off to the Colloseum where we took a "queue-beating" tour. The guide walked us around explaining everything and then left us to our own devices. It would have been good to have the time to explore the Palatine area afterwards, but we had to get back to the Hotel, pick up our bags, and shuttle back to the airport for the flight down to Catania.
... It was such a hot day that we relaxed over a hazelnut frappe and enjoyed the panoramic views this bar had to offer.
We returned down the mountain to refresh ourselves at my cousins friends house, where we shower and change into some neat casual clothing, before walking through the main street of Taormina. This famous town is totally geared up for the tourists and on the main drag there are boutiques and restaurants that are ...
... meaning bath and al Saqquah dating back to the cult of the Syrian god "Shai al Quaaum". Could it be that my descendant are a mixture of Spanish and Arabic on my Grandfather's (Rosario Sciacca) side of the family.
In the afternoon Ottavio had spend sometime with me going over the computer.
In the evening Saro's cousin and his family arrived for a casual dinner alfresco style in their court yard.