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... simple but very nice and the final funny thing was that the couple could not remember how much they had quoted way back when we originally booked for the nights stay. In the end, we came to the rescue as we were able to show them a copy of our booking confirmation. A really great experience and one deserving an Excellent Trip Advisor rating. Tomorrow we start the next phase of our grand adventure as we load Travis onto the car ferry for the short trip across to ...
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It was at the very top of a very steep and curvy hill, high above Taormina.
We’ve been amazed at the maneuverability of our tour buses.
Even so, the driver had to back up a couple of times when we got to a sharp curve, or when ...
... Empire. The other figurine was light-skinned woman, and recalled the Norman occupation.
We stopped for panoramic photos of the countryside below us at a little restaurant whose owner was locally famous as the inventor of a special almond liqueur. His fame was well-deserved… our taste test was delicious.
Then it was back to the bus for the ride halfway down the mountain to Taormina.
... of fresh fruit. From Castelmola, we climbed up to the ruins of a castle, where we sat in the shade watching Mt. Etna and munching our lunch. Awesome! Given the heat, we decided that hiking down would not be our best move - the bus and taxi returned us to the tender port over the same insane roads as on the way up. We found our morning coffee at a local stop in Taormina - €6. Best coffee so far in ...
We visited the Gole di Alcantare back on August 23rd but I just found my pictures so thought I'd add a little blog entry. It is a cool place.
On our way from Taormina to Mt. Etna we took a little detour to check out Gole di Alcantare, or the Alcantara Gorges. My understanding of these gorges is that thousands of years ago lava flows ...