Aurora Hotel - B&B Airone

Address: Via della Maestranza, 111, Syracuse, Sicily, 96100, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via della Maestranza, 111, Syracuse, is near Ortygia, Syracuse Cathedral (Temple of Athena), Fonte Aretusa, and Temple of Apollo (Tempio di Apollo).
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        The Right Way and the Sicilian Way

        A travel blog entry by steverino on Oct 25, 2015

        3 photos

        ... your food choices. Choose whatever Sicilian bottle that strikes your fancy, confident that: 1) it will not be more than $25, more likely $15-$20; 2) it will be delicious; and 3) the restaurant's markup will be about $5. Feeling flush? Why not splurge on something imported, maybe something from Italy. You might pay $40 or $50 for something really special. Guess what the restaurant's take is. About $5.
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        The BaroqueTowns of Southeast Sicily

        A travel blog entry by steverino on Oct 24, 2015

        7 photos

        ... gearbox and properly spaced foot-pedals, making redlining and gear-shifting on the tight and steep roads pure joy). But hey, the freedom thing still applies.



        And the countryside is gorgeous. Much of Sicily is very rugged terrain, whether along the shoreline or far inland. We traveled the narrow, steep and windy roads, stopping in the little villages ...

        Siracusa

        A travel blog entry by steverino on Oct 23, 2015

        1 comment, 14 photos

        ... 17th and 18th century enclave of Ortigia and walked into and through the more modern city of Siracusa to the ancient Greek and Roman sites around which the modern city was built. The Roman theater was closed for maintenance and protective work, but the huge and well-preserved Greek amphitheater was well worth the trek. Even more interesting was wandering through the rock quarries that were excavated in ancient times to support the old guys' obsession with ...

        Sicily, Part Due (do-way)

        A travel blog entry by steverino on Oct 21, 2015

        19 photos

        ... back of his car (not a taxi, but any dry port in a storm). A few minutes later we were doing our best to dry out what we could on the train platform while the storm continued to flash, blow and dump. The train station is on the water, so we could watch the waves crashing and the lightning flashing over the Mediterranean.



        Despite this rather wet departure, I liked Catania a lot. Not a big tourist destination, but a ...

        Catania, Sicily

        A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Oct 18, 2015

        15 photos

        I will miss the very laid back lifestyle of the Aeolian Islands. The next destination is Catania, Sicily. Its a ferry ride from Lipari to Milazzo. Bus from Milazzo to Messina, then another bus to Catania.
        The road from Messina to Catania hugs the coast, very nice and green but it seems you spend a lot of time in tunnels.

        Catania is a rather interesting and fascinating place. It is full of cathedrals and churches, Roman ruins and some wonderful architecture. It is like a ...