Hotel el Jebel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of tussock type grass. The ash or pumice comes in different colours and made for a weirdly fantastic sight. After a 4 course lunch with local wine we headed up to Crateri Silvestri which erupted last in 1896. The towns below were mist shrouded and the temperature was close to zero. The wind chill was possibly less! It was blowing a gale and just SO cold! I find it hard to describe how bizarre but beautiful this landscape was. It has truly ...
... Wandered around town while Kim shopped, and got a nice 5€ bottle red to drink while we caught up on emails, diaries etc. plenty of activity in town after siesta, but not as busy as morning. Typical old town, except that all buildings given over to tourism. I think locals have moved out. Dinner at restaurant recommended by Fabio just down the road called Tishca Toshca with traditional Sicilian food. Fantastic. Meatballs in ...
... top of a cable car system that isn't working, then climbed the remainder. Hard work in the thinner atmosphere but rewarding. Will feel it in the thighs tomorrow. Very desolate landscape- just black lava from the last major eruption in 2007 and snow. No vegetation or wildlife. We hired a car to drive around Sicily (Sicilia to us locals), and the driving can be pretty harrowing at times, with totally unpredictable local drivers, tiny 1 car width roads, and the absence of street ...
... atmosphere. Not too much brand name stuff, and not particularly cheap, but Kim managed to load up on handbags. Couldn't find anything interesting for the kids- adult or junior. Set off again around 1530 for easy drive to Nicolosi which is on edge of mt Etna. Road in was bedlam but town seemed nice enough. Typical small Sicilian town. Hotel not too hard to find with the help of Google. Older property with bright blue walls and red ...
Taormina was everything and more than we expected. This small community about an hour north of Catania on the east coast of Sicily has great views of snow-capped Mount Etna. Our accomodations at the Villa Ducale Hotel were first class. The town was fun to stroll in. The public gardens were beautiful. The ...