Jolly Hotel Messina

Address: Via Garibaldi 126, Messina, Sicily, 98100, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Garibaldi 126, Messina, is near Bell Tower and Astronomical Clock (Orologio Astronomico), Museo Regionale, Annunziata dei Catalani Church, and Fontana di Orione.
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    Travel Blogs from Messina

    Close to Mt Etna

    A travel blog entry by anothertrip on Oct 22, 2015

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    We travelled via Cefalin, a former fishing village, and visited the cathedral there, then we had lunch at Miraglia Forest where the restaurant is part of a farm. We walked down the long driveway lined with pines and past some pigs, (whose relatives were on the menu). After lunch our destination was up and up a winding road to our hotel on the edge of the historic town of Taorima. We again had ...

    Leaving Italy and catching up with the gang

    A travel blog entry by daleandgwen on Oct 02, 2015

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    ... about it as security concerns if local kids were running willy nilly through the place. Drifted to Stu and Ems ..good to walk weather cool and sunny. Little E has got bigger and her hair has grown.Miss V is getting bigger and still seems laid back.Good to see them all and took almond biccies and alcohols to them.D bought a toy in Taorminia that reacted to music..a con! Lasagne salad dinner along with jelly...Miss E enjoys making it! Raided ...


    A travel blog entry by cruisejunkie on Sep 16, 2015

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    ... only 22 days of rain a year. Aldo explained that at night when the temperature drops, condensation forms and covers the plants with life-giving moisture. The Arabs also introduced irrigation systems that are still in use today.

    Sicily certainly is a land of contrasts, with a people who have been ruled by so many different invaders, but still have an enormously proud history today. We were so fortunate to have met one of the nicest.

    City of Messina

    A travel blog entry by 30sam3 on May 28, 2015

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    ... city boasts an enthralling array of artistic and historical sites to explore, including its main cathedral that miraculously survived war and natural disaster. Most of the architectural design around the city is relatively new due to the 1908 earthquake, which did do extensive damage to many areas. The bustling town is deeply rooted in Greek and ...

    Mount Etna trip, Sicily

    A travel blog entry by susanfeather08 on Apr 16, 2015

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    Breakfast at the hotel in the sun, we can smell the croissants cooking of a morning before we get up, yum! Got ready for my trip to Mount Etna, collected from the hotel in a mini bus, nice French couple, a German girl on the bus and three English tourists. First stop was to see the lava flow at one of the view points, next stop ...