Le Dune Sicily Hotel
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... appreciated in performances today; the splendid 15th century Palazzo Corvaia; and the Odeon, a small Imperial Age theater set amidst colorful public gardens.
SICILIAN WINE ROADS
Duration: 4 1/2 hours
Tour Code: tam-006
Explore Sicily's historic winemaking tradition during this picturesque half-day visit to the wine region near Mt. Etna.
Sicily is Italy's third most important wine and ...
... to the rocking of the ship the day before she had a mid day rehearsal. So we went into Catania which we had already ventured through when I was cruising with my parents. Rosie and I just shopped a bit, go wifi and ate arranchini's (those amazing rice balls that need to come to North America, they are unreal)
I ended up staying in port for awhile after Rochelle went back to the ...
My last day in Sicily is a good one! We arrive at Zia Ester's house in Siracusa and only stay long enough to drop off Marta so she can help cook. Nuccio and I walk the perimeter of Isla di Ortegia, which is a beautiful part of downtown Siracusa, another UNESCO site. It is surrounded by the Ionian Sea's clear, turquoise waters. We see fountains, churches and eat ice cream (Don't tell! We still ate ...
... unsavory end of town. We are driving along a main street when a motor bike rider stops in front of us going the wrong way. He has such a stupid look on his face we think he must be a tourist who accidentally is on the wrong side of the road. We have no option but to stop for him as we are hemmed in from behind by traffic and he has his bike now right up against the front of the car. In a clearly practiced maneuver, his accomplice in a bike helmet opens up my side of the car and steals ...
... with views for miles down the coast. The main street Corso Umberto is about 800 metres long with shops, restaurants and bars along it's length. During the day with ocean liners in, it is very busy but then by about five oclock it's only us" locals" here. One of the major attractions here is the Teatro Greco a perfect horseshoe theatre built in the third century BC. It is still used for arts festivals. We ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking