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Travel Blogs from Capo Vaticano
... climbing the Starks to our hotel room. We hung around until dinner, then we went down to the Port (the waterfront), to find some food. We had dinner at this really nice restaurant, that served lots of seafood and lots of pasta! I had fresh pasta with crab. It was really good, and the waiter said I was the best at speaking Italian out of all of us (never letting them forget that!). We had desert, tiramisu, then we went back to the hotel and went to sleep. Bye!
... But the wonder of Taormina is the Greek Amphitheater perched near the end of the peninsular . From the top rows you look straight at Mt Etna. That is, if it was visible. Today it is used for concerts etc., but it's easy to imagine it as it was all those years ago. There was a Carnival Cruise in port so there was a couple of thousand more visitors to contend with. We both need a new pair ...
... hour before we reached Letojanni, a little town on the coast about 5 klms north of Taormina, the resort town of Sicily. The hotel is right across from the beach and is much better than I was led to believe. It is spartan but very clean and we have a balcony. The air conditioning has been pounding away since 4.00, but the temperature in the room is still 26'C. So as it is now 10 pm, we are going to open the doors and let the breeze in off the ...
... spent most of out time there. We had to skip Tormino as time was slipping away before we had to return to the ship. We stopped for some picturesque photo ops in Missina and then got dropped off back at the port terminal. Other random facts for today - 0.0 euros for bathroom trips! We we returned to the ship, we had a snack and Shelley and I headed for the top deck to catch the views as we set sail from Sicily. Dinner was excellent as always. Nolan again tickles ...
... huge queue coming into the town centre, and hedged our bets, that we hopefully, wouldn't need too long in the town ... we weren't wrong. Albeit a nice town, there were far too many tourists. We guess they'd heard the same as us ... that this is the playground of the rich and famous. That day we stubbled upon a market, unsure if its a regular thing or not, we took a wonder through dodging all the people ... now this was packed. We purchased some olives to satisfy our hunger - they ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool