Hotel Scrivano

Address: Via Bonaventura , Randazzo, Sicily, 95036, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Via Bonaventura , Randazzo.
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    Travel Blogs from Randazzo


    A travel blog entry by juliebell on Sep 07, 2015

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    It's way cooler today and I get me **** into gear and head out for a morning walk up the hill ,,.its a good walk and it's so nice and quiet first thing ...I take in the sights as I power along ...sunflowers confused as to where to face as there is no sun ...magical morn ...home for green smoothie ...happiness green is my valley Off to the Astoni Bar ...


    A travel blog entry by juliebell on Sep 06, 2015

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    You can never be in doubt about what time it is in Ficarra the clock ...just near by ...I think in the next room ...( no the big church clock tower) lets loose EVERY 15 minutes hence ..I had a bad nights sleep this lovely girl I met on the train bought me a good STRONG Italian coffee at around 6 it all added up to a sleepless night but hey goes on !! But hey ...nothing that two coffees at Astone Bar didn't fix. Big ...

    A volcano and cannoli

    A travel blog entry by newsbob on Sep 01, 2015

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    ... tourists.

    At the end of the street, which is maybe a mile long, is the ruin of a Greco-Roman theater. The Greeks built it in the 3rd century BC, and then the Romans expanded it 500 years later.

    A few columns remain, and so do some of the original seats.

    A volcano and cannoli

    A travel blog entry by newsbob on Sep 01, 2015

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    ... and Grilled Peppers Velluteč." It was delicious and beautifully presented.

    Best of all was the dessert, a traditional Sicilian cannoli.

    We generally don’t like cannoli because it has too much mascarpone. But this one had just the right amount of sweet ricotta and cream. Just delicious.

    It was the perfect way to end a wonderful meal, and a terrific visit to one of Sicily’s most scenic ...

    Day 40: Traffic Anarchy; Sicilian Heights

    A travel blog entry by snidjud on Sep 01, 2015

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    ... the same time, the roads are packed with cars, trucks, buses and scooters, with cars parked helter-skelter everywhere. In towns, pedestrians share the narrow passage ways with every type of vehicle from large highway buses to big trucks. It is way more chaotic than Almafi even. We decided that a picnic lunch was in order today. We picked up a huge bottle of water, two big chunks of bread and ...