Katane Palace Hotel
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... I have web feet.... We are going to be just fine.... It is only water." I said very matter of factly. "oh dear.... we may have to buy umbrellas.... I don't know about this..." expressing her mounting doubt of this entire shopping experience. "yes... we may... and we can always dash into a shop, and look around, maybe finding something to buy?!", I cheerfully said with a smile on my face. This seems to get through to her. As soon as we got out of the cab... the skies opened ...
... anchor and call it the total end of the crossing journey..... okay -- now to continue.... What a lovely, motor-less sail we had, cruising 7-7.5kph, from Spartivento down the Southern tip of Italy, and crossing at the lower entrance of the Straits of Messina, over to the island of Sicily. The sun was burning hot, as we silently glided through the water, lazying our way toward our destination. After hearing ...
... one was wiped out. We saw the remains of a house caught in the flow. Hundreds of farmers live on the slopes as the soil is very fertile. So the mountain gives but also takes away. It was arranged that our hotel rooms would be available a little earlier and our optional tour was brought forward an hour. Syracuse is a large modern city today, but it was founded by the Greeks in 800BC. Since then just about every ...
... room here, oh no, and topless around the sun lounges is pretty normal too. So a visual feast for both sexes is guaranteed while swimming in Italy! We had a pizza and a vino on our verandah for lunch and have just awoken from a siesta. We plan to take the funicular to the town and visit the Teatro Greco, where there is a free show on at 6pm. We are just back from our evening out. There is a birthday celebration on and they ...
... and he asked if 11:00 am was okay! (We setlled on 8:00 am instead.) We ended our last night in Sicily with an unexpected surprise. Tired, we decided we would have a quick dinner at the hotel. We discovered the restaurant was on the roof top and had an outdoor terrace. So, despite slighty windy conditions, we at our last meal in Sicily under the moolight with the lights of a hilltop town twinkling above us. Another moment we could not have planned to be so ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking