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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Nicolosi
... the centre. We saw the opposite side of Mt Etna that was still covered in snow and clouds. We headed into Cefalu and I did not know what to expect and here we are a lovely seaside old and modern town under a rocky outcrop. The hotel is across the road from a sandy beach on a very nice and tidy shore front area. We checked in and parked in a secure car park. Went and had lunch, Jenny ordered what she thought were similar to prawn cutlets, she ended up with about a kilogram of prawns ...
... It then took me an hour walking around the town asking different people and having to go back to the vets to find the pharmacy to get the prescription - yes the pharmacy where we would get medicine for ourselves also sell the dog medicine - after 3 pharmacies I got it !!! Tia's eye looks better after one dose so sure will be better ...
... I did not see any other public green space in the town. Taormina has an interesting past in terms of writers flocking to it in the 20th century as opposed to tourists today. The setting, a sweeping coastline with Mount Etna in the distance, is breath taking. I think D. H. Lawrence, a long time resident here, said it best, calling Taormina "the dawn-coast of Europe". And we did indeed start the day with a beautiful dawn. Ciao ...
... with their kids. So we have come to stay for two nights and will again stroll the streets and visit the ruins early in the morning before groups 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,and 8 arrive from the cruise ship.
There is no internet in our hotel room and I am sitting down in some chairs that Gary deems are totally uncomfortable...he is right. but as you can see the view from our room is why we are here.
Ciao for tonight
... intense colours, and large beds of candytuft, which I remember planting and growing in my little garden as a child. We braved the cable car down to the pebbly beach below, removed our shoes to paddle across the stony, sea covered path to tiny Isole Bella, a heritage park, and on several occasions have made our passeggiata along the whole stretch of Corso Umberto. We've eaten well (sardines, anchovies, local swordfish, Sicilian vegetables -caponata, ...