La Perla Ionica

Address: Via Unni, 10 - Capomulini, Acireale, Sicily, 95024, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Via Unni, 10 - Capomulini, Acireale, is near Aci Castello and Fortezza.
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Travel Blogs from Acireale

It is so humid that its better to stay indoors.

A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 18, 2013

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... anchovies, tomato and egg. My cousin Vera Licciardello (Nello and Marissa's daughter) was also present with her boyfriend as was Paola Licciardello (Rosario and Giovanna's daughter) and her man. I had a wonderful time with their friends that evening and look forward to catching up with them in the coming days.

When I got home Pina offered me a gelato and believe me it was a refreshing treat to finish the night off before ...

From Beach to Mountain and into a Cock Bar

A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 18, 2011

2 comments, 9 photos

... Given that I am with the locals, they do know where the affordable restaurants are. During a walk we got to see Dolce and Cabana in the flesh, he seemed to be drawing quite a crowd.

For dinner we joined my cousin Nello, Paola, and their friends at "Zeppos Restaurant" for dinner. Great Sicilian Cuisine. After dinner another walk, returning to the cars before being driven home to Acireale.










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To Shop or Not To Shop, That is the Question!

A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 17, 2011

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... To think my mother Salvatice gave all this up to move to Australia, met my father, Sebastian Pulvirenti, married the love of her life, settled and gave birth to four children.

Whilst here in Sicily, I discovered that there is a town called Sciacca, which is also my Mother's maiden name. Sciacca (Greek; Θέρμαι; Latin) means Thermal Spa or 'ex aqua' or in Arabic it comes from ...

Swimming in the Ionian Sea

A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 15, 2011

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... In the evening Fiorella, Nuncio, Mariella, Pino and few other friends and I had dinner at a little restaurant opposite San Sebastiano, a beautiful baroque Cathedral. I enjoyed a Chipolina and a Catochata. They would something similar to involtini, but with pastry. Finally Fiorella dropped me off at San Giovanni to rejoin Pina, Saro and Zia Graziella, where I would remain for the night. ...

Freezing waters of Gole Alacantara

A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 14, 2011

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... been built since Zio Francesco (deceased), brought me here all those years ago.

The name Alancantara is of Arabic ‎origin (al-Qanṭarah). Several thousand years ago, the river bed was blocked by lava flow from Mt Etna. As the lava cooled much more quickly by the water than it would have done otherwise, it crystallised in the form of columns. Over the next millennia, the river naturally eroded a channel through these columns, resulting ...