La Sirena

Via Pecorini Mare, Messina, Sicily, 98050, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Pecorini Mare, Messina.
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Travel Blogs from Messina

Sept 11 (God bless us each/everyone): Lipari

A travel blog entry by rknepper on Sep 11, 2014

1 comment, 26 photos

... it was well worth the trek up. At the top was Filapinos Restaurant, where we had dinner with Denise a few years ago. If I had not truly loved the sea-side restaurant of Le Pirata, we would have gone there tonight for dinner. Returning to Milena for our GT cocktail time is traditionally normal fun time, to enjoy the early evening breezes, before heading off to dinner at Le Pirata. Our walk through town from harbor to harbor for the second time today, seemed to be ...

Sep. 10: Milazzo, Scicly to Lipari isle, IT

A travel blog entry by rknepper on Sep 10, 2014

1 comment, 14 photos

... mate went on the catamaran, and helped by loosening the line under Milena, so we could exit. The tendency of having us pulled toward the catamaran, was great, so with an oversized fender, and my arms, I kept us totally clear of the of boat.... Whew.... Obstacle #1, cleared and out of the way. Great we will motor cruise our way for the next four hours to the Aeolian isle of Lipari. Next, take all the fenders off the sides of Milena and tie and stow them to the ...

Me versus the Volcano

A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Sep 03, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... way back in around 4,000 B.C. The first port was the township of Lipari on the island also called Lipari. We skipped the guided tour of the museum (!) etc. and did our own thing. From the port we climbed the hill inside the old city walls and looked around for a bit, before descending to the centre of Lipari and walking along the main thoroughfare, Via Vittorio Emmanuelle. The street was mostly closed to vehicles, and ...

Sicily, the home of the godfather

A travel blog entry by marychaffin on Jun 04, 2014

20 photos

... these kooks use the mountain for growing everything from orange and lemon trees at the lowest elevation, to wine at the next level and then fruit trees and chestnut trees as high as vegetation will grow. When it blows, they just start rebuilding...

We had some time to wander around a cauldron at 6000 ft. And then we headed back to the ship. We don't pay much attention to when the ship sets sail out of the port, we are usually on a tour or come back ...

Aeolian Islands

A travel blog entry by sdivarg on May 11, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... I'll let you have a lick, but that's about it! Lol We board the ship at 1:00pm and head on over to island #2, Vulcano. It's a lot smaller here, don't know how many people, but you can tell it's not much. This island is a dormant volcano, but has a lot of sulfer still reaching the surface, so the smell is potent in certain areas. You can even take mud baths. But we don't. And since there's not much to see in town besides restaurants and tables full of nick nacks, we decide to ...

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