Albergo Maccotta

Via degli Argentieri 4, Trapani, Sicily, 91100, Italy | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Via degli Argentieri 4, Trapani, is near La Pasticceria di Maria Grammatico, Museo delle Saline (Museum of Salt), and Spa by Daniela Steiner.
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    Travel Blogs from Trapani

    Erice - Magical Cross-roads of Great Minds

    A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe on Jun 20, 2014

    22 photos

    ... on top of the hill was very refreshing.

    Checked in at San Francesco Monastery. Medieval but with modern amenities. My window looks out to a courtyard, I feel transported to the 11th century. Explored the scientific center. Didn't realise Richard Feynmann, my physics idol, used to lecture here. Dinner at S. Rococco cafe, two courses with a surprise desert. With neuroscientists from Cambridge. One of them's presenting ...

    Segesta and Selinunte - Ancient Greek Temples

    A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe on Jun 18, 2014

    15 photos

    Sicily never fails to amaze with its ancient monuments. Segesta and Selinunte were a fascinating day trip. Both were built around 400 centuries BC, the earliest and most important Greek colonies in Sicily.

    First stop was Selinunte. The Doric temple and the Acropolis were highlights of this most important ancient Greek colony in Sicily. We had to pay 6 Euros entrance. The bus had to pick us up from ...

    Wine country

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jun 11, 2014

    18 photos

    ... one of many languages, and was happy to chat, help, encourage tastes (I quickly became the designated driver) and suggest more and more expensive wines to try....... Left with a special selection of reds!

    Continued north along the coast past extensive salt pans, windmills and sunseekers. The speed limit was 20km/hr, which was more than fast enough as the road was narrow and twisty, ...

    Cruising the Mediterranean

    A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on May 30, 2014

    ... It was actually pretty boring.

    We were given 2 hours free time in San Vito Lo Capo. All this town had to offer was a long sandy (yellow) beach on the Mediterranean - actually a very nice beach - and restaurants (hundreds of them).

    Why is it that whenever we get free time in a town it's always between 1.00pm and 4.40pm when all the shops (except restaurants) are closed for siesta? Well, tough titties Italy, I will have to spend all my money in ...

    Notes from a runaway...,

    A travel blog entry by sam.tank on May 30, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    I think I am finished with the help x side of things for this trip. The last host here I think was and would have been bearable... its a very different way of life, not integrating with modern society and working and cooking with what they have is all very well, but for me, right now, it's not so good.

    I worked myself into a bit of a state while I was there, feeling very isolated and lonely, feeling that I need to stick it out since i have put ...