Grande Albergo dell'Etna

Via V. Veneto 2, 16039 , Catania, Sicily, 95030 , Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Ragalna area of Catania, is near Mount Etna.
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Travel Blogs from Catania

Catania, Sicily

A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 10, 2014

... 3rd centuries BC but the wooden stage, the stage lights, and plastic seats at lower levels suggest it has contemporary parts as well. Back on the bus and we had an hours drive back to Catania. The thing about buses is that it's hard not to fall asleep and that's what most of us geriatrics battled with all the way, despite some great beach views at times. Back in Catania we were taken on the scenic come historic route through town on the way to the ship. It confirmed ...

Another day, another hill to climb

A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Sep 06, 2014

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... buses and went further uphill to a tiny village called Castelmola which is perched right on top of a 500m rocky peak overlooking Taormina and Giardini Naxos. The views of the towns mentioned and the Mediterranean were striking from such an elevation. The blue waters were so clear we could easily see the ocean floor around Isola Bella even from so high up on the mountain. Castelmola only has one main street ...

Sept. 6: Taormina Scicly

A travel blog entry by rknepper on Sep 06, 2014

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... although good, was not the same as I can make at home. Jacques and Marina loved it and that what was important to me. For a casserole that should have served 8-10 people, we had gone thru over half of it in one sitting. Quick coffee after dinner, and a final slurp of wine, before grabbing my sleep sac, duvet and pillow, then flopping down on the topside bed. The skies were clear and the stars plentiful. I saw 4 shooting stars right away, and blew them to Washington ...

Non-entry entry.

A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 13, 2014

June 13th 2014



Michelangelo was one of the principal architects of the Basilica that took over a hundred years to build and employed the greatest minds of that era. Notwithstanding how magnificent and detailed it is, it's huge! Its tens of thousands of square feet of Renaissance ...

Rome

A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 12, 2014

... a matter of time before the humans nuked themselves. On the 28th of April, 1978, an advance unit was dispatched to chalk out tactical plans for a comprehensive invasion when they came upon the Sistine Chapel and beamed back images of Michelangelo’s roof. Following consensus, the ITEG leadership voted against the annexation and let humankind be; a life-form capable of such greatness did not merit colonization. On that day they did however deploy ...

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