Hotel La Fenice
- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... narrow medieval streets of the old city.
The Porta Messina (rebuilt in 1808) and the Porta Catania (built in 1440) are gates located at the furthest ends of the old city. The medieval arched stone Porta Messina invited us onto the Corso Umberto, the main street of Taormina and the route of the original Greco-Roman settlements.
The Corso Umberto is a tourist haven for souvenir shops, antique and jewellery shops, designer ...
... maybe throw in a pack of volcano dwelling snow wolves or something for effect. It was my inner frugality which is once again to blame for this situation, all because I didn't want to pay 70 Euros for a tour. "Why not go solo!?!" great idea! says me from the warmth and steaminess of the hostel showers, where all great plans are hatched. "Not so great idea!?!" says future me, trying to eat a frozen, and somewhat smaller arancini at the very top of Mt ...
... by conservationists as early as 1983, and it was quickly obtained by the Region and designated as a protected natural site. The island is home to several species of birds, and a few types of lizards.
In the afternoon Marisa drove us to Castelmola, at the top of the mountain, where we had a walk around and then dropped into the Turrisi Bar, a bar/cafe totally focused on penises. There are so many Penises; from furniture, lamps, menus ...
Today I had a chill-out day, so Pina, Saro and I enjoyed an outing to Corso Umberto for a Peach Granita macchiato with Mandola. After breakfast we all went shopping.
I bought a pair of shorts, a new cap and some Eau de Toilette, 'Lemon Sorbet'. We also did some grocery shopping before returning home to join Zia Graziella who had made gnocchi and chicken schnitzels for lunch.
In the afternoon I took ...
... In the evening Fiorella, Nuncio, Mariella, Pino and few other friends and I had dinner at a little restaurant opposite San Sebastiano, a beautiful baroque Cathedral. I enjoyed a Chipolina and a Catochata. They would something similar to involtini, but with pastry. Finally Fiorella dropped me off at San Giovanni to rejoin Pina, Saro and Zia Graziella, where I would remain for the night. ...