Hotel Il Parco Degli Ulivi
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... the nearby attraction of the Valley of The Temples was a day well spent. After 2 days here, we moved on to an agriturisma ( like a farm stay ) where we had another couple of nights. This was a nice experience as it was a little rural and very quiet. Then we drove across the island to Taormino which is the exact opposite in that it is a town for tourists! A small ...
... day in Catania with a tour of the city that included seeing a beautiful park, a cathedral, and a fish and meat market.
After that we had some free time to discover the city and to do some shopping. We had a quiet dinner in the hotel that night and got ready for our next adventure on the following day. We woke up bright and early to make our way to Taormina, my favorite part of the trip! The entire city had an incredible dynamic. If you were in the ...
Last day had perfect weather. We went to an ancient theater with the casual Volcano as the background scenery. Mt. Etna was huge and beautiful. Clouds covered it up and I got a quick glimpse of it. An overall amazing weekend and I was sad to leave. Definitely want to go back to Sicily some ...
... macabre touch to the visit.
As usual we got wet walking to the car that at least was where we left it because we didn’t know if we had given enough change to the local "unofficial parking attendant".
We dried on our way to Cefalu where we eat to finally eat pizza. It is now that we have arrived in the Sicily we had imagined of picturesque coastal villages.
To get to Taormine we decided to drive through the Mount ...
... we could find, skipping out of the second dessert of a prix fixe dinner in time to count down to midnight with the locals, and then running to hide out in a tourist apartment in a 16th-century building while the wind battered what was once the second largest Greek settlement after Athens. Roads were closed all over the island, and record snow fell, the first in more than 30 years.
But Sicily also offered moments of ...