Hotel Isola di Mozia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Sicily was absolutely beautiful! Words cannot describe it and the pictures do it no justice. The first day we saw Monreale just outside of Palermo. It is a beautiful church with gold mosaics. Then we went to Selinunte which has a bunch of Greek temple ruins. Sicily is central in the Mediterranean and was taken over by everyone at some point. ...
... A,B,C and D and lie in the acropolis, while the main temples lie on a hill to the east and are known as E, F and G. Most of the temples, especially the oldest, Temple F are vast heaps of pillars and huge stones. The temples that have been re-erected so far give you an idea again of the ambitions and skills of the ancient Greeks. So Selinunte is a lovely site, with fallen columns, solitary foundations, vestiges of towers and ...
San Vito Lo Capo, lovely town although tastefully touristic with fab beaches all around.. Had a lovely walk into the town centre followed by a tasty ice cream, lots here and quite tasteful for a tourist destination but lucky for us it's out of season but still busy enough for a nice atmosphere... We never did find the two fresh fish ...
... between meals, so we wandered around, disappointed the kids by not letting them spend our hard-earned on a bunch of dinky little (shopping mall style) rip-off rides and found our way down to the beach. At the beach we watched some Italian cooking show being filmed for a while. TV "talent" are the same the world over. Between takes, brush the hair, smooth the shirt, its all about how they look. No one cared about the food! A bit further on, we found a huge ...
Warning: broad generalisations feature in this blog...ALL Italians travel in HUGE family groups and they ALL travel in August. Full stop!!! We knew everywhere in Europe would be busy in August but Sicily was literally heaving with Italian tourists. After our overnight ferry trip we drove from Palermo to Scopello (1.5 hrs) to check out where we'd be for the next 2 weeks. Sicily is much more rugged, dusty and built up than we had anticipated. There is not a lot of 'new' ...