Aldebaran Family Hotel
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... up on a hill and looks down over Taormina and towards the sea. Quaint streets lined with shops and restaurants meander through this small village. We weren’t able to see Mt Etna due to clouds obliterating it from our view. Despite this, views from here were still fabulous.
Christian drove us to Taormina and dropped us off at the Gates of Catania. These gates face the port of Catania. He provided us with guidance on ...
... old streets. A maze of narrow back streets connected the piazzas and larger streets. In many of the hillside towns and cities we have visited in Italy these would have been steep stairs or alleyways. In Orytigia the were a pleasant stroll through the private corners of local people's lives. With the sun setting and a date (long overdue) with a washer and dryer, we said goodbye to Siracusa/Ortygia and went back to the ...
... amp; wine!! One of the best moments was the granita stop (peach for Seli and wild strawberries for Sophie) after a hot day at the beach :-) Our trip back to the airport was quite eventful :-/ (almost adopted a dog on the way)! We made it to Rome ok, even though we were flying with Ryanair :-s Now we are spending a week in Umbria & Tuscany with Daniel & Florence ( Sophie's Dad & younger sister). We will keep you updated... Ciao for now. ...
Today was a much needed relaxing day at sea. We laid in the sun and recharged our batteries after going non stop the past few days. Tonight is formal night so we are all dressed for photos, dinner in the steak restaurant and a great bottle of 2005 Opus One. After dinner we went to the casino in tuxedoes and gowns looking for James Bond and a Baccarat table. Only found 3 card poker and black jack. Broke even for the evening and off to bed. Tomorrow is ...
Having woken up to what first sounded like a bomb happen to be fire crackers. There are celebrations in the air as tomorrow is the festa of Madonna Della Catena, the patron saint of Aci Catena. Tonight there will celebrations all around the district. After breakfast Piña and Saro drove us into Catania to visit the Fiera a market similar to the Victoria Market. The only difference is that there is also a lot of piracy that is overlooked as it creates work for poor people. There ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed