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... SICILY Milazzo (Sicilian: Milazzu, Latin: Mylae is a town (comune) and is the third-largest city in the province of Messina, and is one of the most important cities of Sicily. The city proper has a population of over 32,000 inhabitants, and is the point of reference of a vaste territory, from Villafranca Tirrena to Patti (over 200 thousand inhabitants). Is also, an important centre of the Metropolitan Area Stretto di Messina (who also includes areas of ...
... and equitable administration is said to have presented a strong contrast with that of the despots and tyrants of the other Sicilian cities. He welcomed Timoleon with open arms, and afforded him a secure resting place until he was enabled to carry out his plans in other parts of Sicily. Andromachus was not deprived of his position of power when all the other tyrants were expelled by Timoleon, but was permitted to retain it undisturbed till his death..... There is no doubt ...
... on previous nights. Matt started with salmon tartare, and I had Caesar salad. We both had beef tournedos. Dessert was apple crumble for Matt, and lemon curd in phyllo for me. We then returned to the room, organized our laundry to hand in for service tomorrow, and packed our backpack for tomorrow's shore excursion in Athens. It will be an early day, as we need to meet up with our tour group at 8:00 am. Better get to bed after such a busy ...
... anchor and call it the total end of the crossing journey..... okay -- now to continue.... What a lovely, motor-less sail we had, cruising 7-7.5kph, from Spartivento down the Southern tip of Italy, and crossing at the lower entrance of the Straits of Messina, over to the island of Sicily. The sun was burning hot, as we silently glided through the water, lazying our way toward our destination. After hearing ...
... up a switchback-filled highway to about 6,000 feet elevation, which is as far as the road goes. Total height of the volcano is just under 11,000 feet. At the crater, we stopped at one of several restaurant/gift shops for a free cannoli (yum!) and some shopping time (of course). We then proceeded to follow our guide, using convenient wake-talkie-with-earphone contraptions, on a 20-minute walk around one of the many side-craters of the volcano. Apparently, once a ...
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