Katane Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... She was so confident in herself which is a trait not many people possess. I am sure that everyone she has come in contact with has been changed for the better just by knowing her. I know I have. Her passing reminds me to never take life for granted because you never know what day will be your last. It also taught me to tell everyone how much you love and care for them while you can. It is really hard to be halfway across the world from my friends and family ...
In the beautiful Medieval city of Randazzo (CT), not far from Mt Etna and Taormina, we stayed at a a lovely farmhouse, calked Parco Statella, Azienda Turismo Rurale
We had dinner in the restaurant at our farm stay...La ristorazione e curata da Trattoria ...
... member of their family - that feels incredible to me.
I asked a woman with a little boy, on an errand on the street... for directions and she kept walking... but within 2 seconds, she stopped as if to remember something, turned and came back to me, apologised and asked how she could help me. I could have cried, it was the sweetest thing. There is lots of good ...
... a wine producing vineyard. Now there are around 10 acres of citrus, cherries and other fruiting trees. Yum, cherries straight from the tree are delicious. The next day John and Sue head to Giardini Naxos to the cousins holiday apartment. Giardini Naxos is a seaside resort town at the base of Taormina. We took the opportunity to go up to Castelmola, a village high up from Taormina. This ...
Soundtrack: He Doesn't Know Why by Fleet Foxes
Maybe someday, when my hands are heavy with rings and loose, soft wrinkles and I sit in a contrived and constant ambiance in some room with other old bodies, maybe then I will look with fondness, even zest on this time. This late spring when I took the final bloom of my youth to Sicily and spent it in splendorous squalor in an Italian ...