Le Dune Village
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- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Kids pool
- Free parking
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... of kayaking for untrained persons is enough, so the afternoon we spend on the beach (black sand of course due to the volcano) relaxing, resting and watching the boat traffic pass by –quite a bit by the way. Towards the evening we went back to the harbor and took the late boat back into Milazzo!
A day to remember and if you have the opportunity a sure thing to do, certainly if you have a private instructor to explain you everything.
... by trees. I would have expected older trees than what I saw, but then not sure how well it was maintained and big trees being eliminated. Was not so impressive as Doggioreale (see a first week).
From there up to the north along the highway (paying) to get to Milazzo. On our way over we saw a first glimpse of mount Etna - very impressive.
Milazzo itself is not a very fancy city as the main purpose for us bing ...
... time you go to dinner you vow to eat two courses and not the four offered but I usually weaken to three of the four courses. I am going to the Captains reception tonight and then to the speciality Italian Restaurant. There is an extra $10 charge for this. I will have to walk five laps of deck 7 after dinner! I think P and O are a family cruise and the interior of the ship is tired but clean. I would like to go on a celebrity ship next eg Celebrity Solstice which cruises out of ...
... In mid august the "Ride of the Giants" occurs, with two large statues of the city's mythical founders paraded through the streets on horseback.
We took a five hour narrated tour to explore the historic highlights driving past the major sites and venues of the city. We went to the northern coast to Cape Peloro, continuing through villages ...
... provisions on the train.
When it was time to cross the Strait to Messina the train carriages are very precisely loaded into a ferry. Once on board we could hop off the train and walk around the ferry to watch the crossing, and a chance to get a coffee. The crossing only takes about 35 mins and that includes loading the trains on and off again. Once the train is off the ferry we were at Messina central within minutes. As you enter the harbour ...