Le Dune Sicily Hotel
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... guide offering his services which we declined. Got to the entry and made our way to the Greek Theatre which was nice, read our book, went to the top and hollowed caves. Found broken down railings and lots of areas blocked off. This continued into the other areas with more blocked off than open and overgrown and pretty dirty. There were at least 100 people there which is not bad money in the off season by around 10am. Pretty disappointed in this tourist attraction you need to ...
Interesting morning driving through Acireale to find a vet as Tia has a very weepy eye. Firstly the narrow road where Italian drivers do not want to let you through so we got a little stuck and Giles did an amazing manoeuvre and somehow we did not scrape the van. We parked a short way from the vet and I took Tia in and was seen and out within ...
... and I got Gary to be an audience of one applauding. The theatre is used today for musical productions including operas. None are on while we are here, but it must be a wonderful sight and event on a summer evening. I sat in row 7, seat 33 in the centre orchestra to imagine it. We then did the stroll up Corsco Umberto from Porta Messina to Porta Catania, the official length of the Taormina. We stopped in the churches, ending up ...
... upstairs once we were on the ferry to take photos...ferry takes about 15 minutes to go from the mainland to Sicily. Back down and now we are travelling west out of Messina for Taormina. Onto the freeway and out we go for 45 minutes, off the right ramp and now to find our hotel on a mountain top without an accurate address. Just to say Larry was surprised and pleased he didn't have to bend his mirrors in going down streets which ...
... we had a great evening meal in a typically Sicilian restaurant and were serenaded by some musicians while we ate. Taormina is a beautiful hillside town with a history dating back to Ancient Greece with Roman , Carthaganeans, Arabs, Normans to name a few and all have had an influence on the architecture and buildings. It reminds me a little of San Gimignano and it is similarly full of tourists in the gorgeous little streets and laneways. My favourite place ...