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... of us were drenched in a matter of seconds.. Hurriedly, we paid the cab driver, and started rummaging through our purses for 5€ each. We finally found the right change, and were sopping wet, but at least we were under an umbrella now. (I knew I should have worn my foul weather gear..... oh well.) The streets, and alleys were packed with people -- some braving the run, while other gathered under the over hangs of all the shops. Marina and I, went just walked proudly ...
... for the last 30+ hours, the silence is golden to all of our ears. About 3:00p.m. this afternoon we arrived at Taormina. The skies were a little grey...and darkening. Jacques and Marina whipped up a very quick mushroom pasta lunch ------- and B A M.... the rains were upon us.... and in torrents... coming down in drops the size of golf balls! OMG! I am so glad this did not hit us during our crossing.... Marina and ...
... one was wiped out. We saw the remains of a house caught in the flow. Hundreds of farmers live on the slopes as the soil is very fertile. So the mountain gives but also takes away. It was arranged that our hotel rooms would be available a little earlier and our optional tour was brought forward an hour. Syracuse is a large modern city today, but it was founded by the Greeks in 800BC. Since then just about every ...
... room here, oh no, and topless around the sun lounges is pretty normal too. So a visual feast for both sexes is guaranteed while swimming in Italy! We had a pizza and a vino on our verandah for lunch and have just awoken from a siesta. We plan to take the funicular to the town and visit the Teatro Greco, where there is a free show on at 6pm. We are just back from our evening out. There is a birthday celebration on and they ...
... we were off for morning markets in Catania. We had read a lot about these markets. Unlike others we had visited in Italy these were fish, fruit, vegetable, meat and cheese markets. There was an odd vendor here or there, but this was an honest to goodness food market and we were in heaven. The only thing that outdid the fresh food were the people shopping and the characters selling. What a scene! We toured the entire market three or four times, just taking ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility