Hotel La Rosa dei Venti
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> Back home we put on our black Kiwi T shirts - for the first time in 17 months. We take the familiar bus up to Taormina Village, meeting John from Dunedin also off to the Irish Bar to see the RWC Semi final between NZ and South Africa. There were other Kiwis there too which made for a good atmosphere. The beer was good too. The result was close but we take the win and New Zealand in the Rugby World Cup Final!!! ...
... room with spectacular views from the balcony along the bay and to Mt Etna, Europe's highest active volcano. Unfortunately the trip Rob and I booked to get closer to Mt Etna didn't eventuate the next day, (it seems there were mixed massages about where to pick us up). But we still had a great day having a look at more of Taorima, and the views of Mt Etna were very clear from where we ...
... and some were very long. Our toll at the end of this was only €1.50 and we looked at each other saying we should have done this sooner.
Finally we arrive at our destination, option C to be greeted by an Abby look alike (male Labrador named Alto). By this time it was really raining and we were pleased to have arrived after driving through roads we would rather have not, especially in the conditions and in ...
... the last island i visit. Its only a 10 minute ferry ride. The moment you step off the ferry all you smell is sulphur gas. My visit to Vulcano island is to climb to the top of the volcano. Takes just under an hour, and it is tough going in parts. The views are worth the pain and sweat. The little village is pretty cool, and has a very relaxed atmosphere. By the end of the day you dont notice the sulphur gas smell any more.
... really like it here, the weather hasn't been kind but there is something quite magical about the place. It definitely has a certain style. Having had a shower we elected to go to a more upmarket restaurant. It transpired it was literally at the back of our hotel but we didn't realise that until the next morning when I was hanging out of the hotel bedroom window watching the world go by. We are high above the Naumachie, a very old Roman water viaduct. It was a ...