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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Today is the last day of the 8 days that we have spent in Sicily...tomorrow it's off to Switzerland for the final leg of my wonderful adventure.
we arrived in Catania last Sat.where my intrepid travelling companions picked up a hire car and drove to the town of Agrigento on the East coast of the island. Agregento itself didn't seem to be the most picturesque of ...
This weekend adventure was a ceaseless adventure. It started off with an overnight train experience, and let me tell you it was an experience! I think it's the smallest bed I've slept in for a night, but I made it through! We arrived in Catania, a city in Sicily, the following morning. As we were getting on the bus that would transfer us to our hotel, we all saw the true colors of one another with minimal sleep, cramped conditions, and gross bathrooms! We started off ...
Last day had perfect weather. We went to an ancient theater with the casual Volcano as the background scenery. Mt. Etna was huge and beautiful. Clouds covered it up and I got a quick glimpse of it. An overall amazing weekend and I was sad to leave. Definitely want to go back to Sicily some ...
... donde paramos a comer por fin una pizza. Ahora es cuando estamos llegando a la Sicilia que nos habíamos imaginado de pintorescos pueblos costeros como Cefalu.
Para llegar a Taormina decidimos que atajábamos por el Etna, ignorando las señales de llevar obligatoriamente cadenas el coche. Ha sido una locura, la noche se nos ha echado encima y ha nevado mientras subíamos un puerto, por momentos estábamos convencidos de que tendríamos que dejar el ...
... we could find, skipping out of the second dessert of a prix fixe dinner in time to count down to midnight with the locals, and then running to hide out in a tourist apartment in a 16th-century building while the wind battered what was once the second largest Greek settlement after Athens. Roads were closed all over the island, and record snow fell, the first in more than 30 years.
But Sicily also offered moments of ...