Hotel Villagio Torre Normanna
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... moment - we went touring the city. Of course, it was getting late, things were beginning to close up for the evening, and we were seriously preoccupied with our current situation, so it's easy to say we were slightly unimpressed by the grand cathedrals or the multi-cultural architecture.
The turning point of the day came when we decided to duck into the tourist information bureau, to get some ...
... to visit 4 10 years. Fantastic!!
First of course the duomo, then lunch under the grape vine, then the castillo.
Then hit the waves, what a fabulous day.
After returning to Palermo drinks at the first bar,
A large beer and what seemed like a pint of gin n a dash of tonic 4 jen n I.
Ended day with a lovely meal n a gelato n Canelo at our local gelataria.
Its tough but we r hanging in there.
Ann nJeff xxx
... back to the apartment to get sorted for the next day. Tomorrow Alyson and I are catching the bus to Catania then flying to Malta tomorrow night. Beth Chelsea and Tara are flying to Tunisia so it's the last time I'll see them until I get back to NZ :( we had such a good time in Sicily together and looking forward to the next adventure tomorrow! My bag tags are all updated and my hand luggage has a few spare clothes just in a ...
June 16th 2014.
One of the reasons I chose Taormina as a destination was because of its proximity to Mount Etna, Europe's largest active volcano. I was excited at the prospect of a possible excursion to the crater rim and went about researching tours after reaching Taormina. For 97 Euro, a day trip to the summit was possible that included a funicular to the crater rim, but when I was informed that the temperature at the top would be between zero and ...
... public gardens to its east by the precipice. I support the recommendation- the well groomed, shady and sizeable giardino by the cliff edge with stupendous views was an oasis of non-commercialism in, well, a commercial town. I walked to the ancient, beautifully situated and extremely well preserved Greek Amphitheatre (entrance 12 Euro) with imposing Etna in the backdrop that was being prepped for the weeklong Taormina Film Festival beginning two days later on the ...