Romano Palace Luxury Hotel
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... extend from the northern foothills of Mt. Etna at about 2,300 feet above sea level. The site of ancient volcanic eruptions, these lands are now extremely fertile, and continue down as far as the alluvial beds of the Alcantara River. The vineyards of Cottanera extend for 123 acres at 1,640 feet above sea level. You will tour the vineyard and cellar, then have an opportunity to taste their wines, which will be accompanied by some local ...
... to the rocking of the ship the day before she had a mid day rehearsal. So we went into Catania which we had already ventured through when I was cruising with my parents. Rosie and I just shopped a bit, go wifi and ate arranchini's (those amazing rice balls that need to come to North America, they are unreal)
I ended up staying in port for awhile after Rochelle went back to the ...
... lunch). Chiesa di Santa Lucia al Sepolcro has the first Caravaggio painting I've seen outside of a museum, and it's beautiful. Unfortunately, no photos allowed. We visit the Duomo which is built on top of the ancient Temple of Minerva. Finally we see Apollo's Temple, built in 600 BC, which seems oddly out of place in the city center.
I'll miss my Italian family! Hope to see you again soon.
... we have to return the car and be back on the boat by 4-30 and we have had both our passports stolen, plus all my credit cards, money, international drivers licence, iPod, my camera with all our holiday photos and worst of all, they also have Marty. We are devastated but have no choice but to go back to the boat and try and report the theft, otherwise we will be stranded in Catania with nothing and the boat will also be gone. Paul drops me at the port while he returns the car and then ...
... it would be.Two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large lounge area, well stocked kitchen and the highlight, a terrace with views to the sea and harbour in front and views to Mount Etna on the right.The lady who met us at the apartment spoke no English but spent 20 minutes giving us a run down on how things worked. We worked out some of it. Taormina is an almost perfectly preserved medieval town sitting high on ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility