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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Banquet room
- Free parking
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... of different things like weddings in some beautiful squares, double parking on narrow streets, food stalls etc.
You realise all these villages have been vulnerable to Etna's lava flow over thousands of years. Some villages have been completely destroyed and rebuilt nearby.
We get to the busy car park at nearly 2000m. Unfortunately the mountain top is now clouded over and the intention was to take ...
... of the towns below as we raised our glasses of prosecco. The next morning before we left Rob and I went to look at the Greek amphitheatre, which is another well preserved example of the clever design and engineering of people from long ago. We had a little picnic lunch at the hotel, with the view to Mt Etna and the coast, then we walked to get the bus to Catania, to begin our journey to ...
... roasted in their skins, deeply blackened on the outside but smokey and delicious on the inside. Karen made an incredible salad with them adding only a little salt and olive oil, which we devoured on our train ride to Siracusa along with some bread, cheese and grapes (both the delicious sweet fresh variety, and the also delicious dry fermented variety).
They say it is the mothers and grandmothers who, thorough their ...
First impressions of Sicily weren't very positive as we assumed the metered taxi would charge us the correct fair, but it was at least double what what it should have been, and the drive to the hotel wasn't impressive. Fortunately things got better. The city has some beautiful buildings, although it can take a bit of adjusting to the dark grey lava stone, which is an abundant building material provided by the still ...
... top, we walked along the edge next to two craters, I had lunch at this stop (arancini, coffee and canoli cake). Nice sunny day today. We spent some time waiting for the English people to get back to the bus, thought we had lost them! Next stop was an underground cave, we were issued with a hard hat and torch. Last stop was to ...