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... umbrellas, and looked anxiously in each shop. Wow. Unlike Greece, where it was impossible to shop for anything but junk..... Taormina had some great shops to waste your time in. This is just what we did....laughing and giggling our way through the streets, and alleys. "You know, Robin, I do not mind the rain now. It really isn't so bad..." Marina said gleefully. I just smiled, because I knew this would happen, as soon as she had something else to take her mind off the ...
... for the last 30+ hours, the silence is golden to all of our ears. About 3:00p.m. this afternoon we arrived at Taormina. The skies were a little grey...and darkening. Jacques and Marina whipped up a very quick mushroom pasta lunch ------- and B A M.... the rains were upon us.... and in torrents... coming down in drops the size of golf balls! OMG! I am so glad this did not hit us during our crossing.... Marina and ...
... one was wiped out. We saw the remains of a house caught in the flow. Hundreds of farmers live on the slopes as the soil is very fertile. So the mountain gives but also takes away. It was arranged that our hotel rooms would be available a little earlier and our optional tour was brought forward an hour. Syracuse is a large modern city today, but it was founded by the Greeks in 800BC. Since then just about every ...
... room here, oh no, and topless around the sun lounges is pretty normal too. So a visual feast for both sexes is guaranteed while swimming in Italy! We had a pizza and a vino on our verandah for lunch and have just awoken from a siesta. We plan to take the funicular to the town and visit the Teatro Greco, where there is a free show on at 6pm. We are just back from our evening out. There is a birthday celebration on and they ...
... in. We did break away to see a few of the sights, including - yes - the Cathedral/Duomo, piazzas, chiesas and ruins. I am sure we could have seen much more, but we with an true, live and active food market underway we just couldn't stay away. We even at lunch at a restaurant located in the heart of the market, with seating outside next to the market stalls. The food at I'll Paglia was quite good. They specialize in fish, and it's said that if you cannot find it ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool