Hotel Il Parco Degli Ulivi

Address: Contrada Romeo, Villafranca Tirrena, Province of Messina, Sicily, 98049, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Contrada Romeo, Villafranca Tirrena.
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    Travel Blogs from Villafranca Tirrena


    A travel blog entry by henrytravels on Sep 07, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    Well! the Australian content is very large over hereThe aeolian islands have a fascinating ancient mythological history with Jupiter' son Vulcan the god of fire and metalwork having his workshop here. The ancient mythological stories mention the Aeolian Islands as the home of the gods - the god of the winds, ...

    Speaking Italiano

    A travel blog entry by hillerina on Sep 07, 2015

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    Yesterday it was my job to jump off the motorbike run into our room and grab some water before we rode to the beach. Ok, only one problem if left the key at the desk and had to ask someone for it. The only person around was the cleaner I tried to Explain in Italian that I needed the key, she seemed so pleased with my request, smiling and happy for me and gave me the key. ...


    A travel blog entry by hillerina on Sep 04, 2015

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    ... Iron Age. Apparently the main reason for being was to collect the absidium which spewed out of the volcano. They made knives and spears and nasty pointy stuff from it, transporting it all over the shop. Had lunch on the beach, cost about $30 for us ...


    A travel blog entry by hillerina on Sep 04, 2015

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    ... on toast (they tend to roll off) with your smoked salmon. So for lunch we had prosciutto, olives, capers, mozzarella and a big, big bottle of wine. The wine is so good you can drink heaps and still go out for dinner and have some more. End of caper ...

    A volcano and cannoli

    A travel blog entry by newsbob on Sep 01, 2015

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    ... owner was locally famous as the inventor of a special almond liqueur. His fame was well-deserved… our taste test was delicious.

    Then it was back to the bus for the ride halfway down the mountain to Taormina.

    Our guide led us along the main walkway, a narrow street lined with shops ...