Residence Hotel La Ville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Yeasterday we went to Gozo the 2nd biggest Maltese island. Although the main island is only 24 kms long we travelled 28 kms for 1 hr to get to the ferry n discovered anew Malta. Some fertile ground growing vegies etc.
On Gozo we had a typical Maltses lunch of a ciabata type roll with strong cheese, sun dried tomato and raw sausage. Very tasty …
We woke up to another amazing Turano breakfast of espresso, freshly baked bread, prosciutto, and cheeses before hitting the road for Taormina, Sicily. A three hour car ride and a short ferry later, we arrived at one of the most beautiful hotels I have ever seen! The view from my room is breathtaking. We walked the town, window shopped, and even saw the ...
... up there and it had to be up hill.
There was amazing views. But to tell the truth I did not look that much I was playing with my ball.
After Mum wanted to go to an active volcano and climb up it so we did.
We drove there and after we caught a cable car.
And we went higher then the clouds.
After we got to the ...
... us around.
And he said there was multiple craters. Over all we saw 2 up there and 2 on our way back down to the car.
And I threw some rocks into the crater and you could hear the rocks going down bumping against other rocks.
And we didn't even go all the way up to the main central crater because the air was to thin and there was this gas that people can't take in.
I think it went about another ...
... with spectacular views.
Although the theatre itself has been modernised for use with a blue stage and plastic chairs - not cool.
We enjoyed our walk through Taormina's gardens.
It had lovely, well maintained, lush gardens and many interesting buildings that looked like treehouse temples.
We thought Taormina was high but we drove higher to another cute town called Castelmola.