Palazzo Leonardi

Corso Savoia 241, Acireale, Sicily, 95024, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Corso Savoia 241, Acireale, is near Aci Castello, Museum of Childhood (Museo del Giocattolo), and Fortezza.
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Travel Blogs from Acireale

Taking Taormina

A travel blog entry by 2swans on Jul 25, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

Well, last full day in Sicily, so off to visit the town we have based ourselves at. We are down near the coast, but the old town itself is 200 metres high up a very winding, steep road. It is an old Sicilian town with narrow streets and plenty of shopping, both low and high end. Reason for the high end is that other than airports, it is on of the few places you can buy expensive items without having to pay the VAT if you are a non EC person. Usually you ...

Tuk Tuks in Palermo

A travel blog entry by 2swans on Jul 24, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... Opera is the number one form of live entertainment in Sicily and third overall in Italy. What was meant to be an hour trip turned into 2 very enjoyable hours of hurling around the streets of Palermo. After a quick lunch, back in the car for the 4 hour drive back to Taormina. Last full day tomorrow before we all part company on Saturday. Will stay local tomorrow and apart from seeing the town and taking the cable car there, might go for a boat trip around the area. Until ...

Close Encounters of the Cefalu kind!

A travel blog entry by 2swans on Jul 23, 2014

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... attacking Palermo tomorrow. Girls found a good hotel, and off we went for a walk around the old town which was beautiful. You can see why the Italians flock to this place in the summer. It has it all, sun, sand....yes sand, great food etc. have a drink or 3 at a foreshore bar, and after a swim at the hotel, went back there for tea. Seafood based dishes were the choice and we all enjoyed our meals. Back to the hotel to rest up for tomorrow. Until the, ciao! ...

Etna

A travel blog entry by 2swans on Jul 22, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... a working passenger train for all the towns around the mountain. Eventually we got to Catania, the end of the line. We caught a normal train back to our where we thought our car was, but it was one station away from where we needed to be. A local couple rescued us and took Neil and I to our car and showed us the way back, which we would never have found, probably stranding the girls back at ...

Sizzling Siracusa

A travel blog entry by 2swans on Jul 21, 2014

1 comment

... during the summer months, holding some 3,000 people (7,000 before part of it was destroyed ), for opera's now. The backdrop over the bay is terrific, which was a common theme will all Greek theatre's. This one here is apparently one if the best preserved examples in the world. There was also on ruins of buildings, a roman theatre and a huge man made cave where the stone excavated was used for the amphitheatre. This was impressive and was fun acoustically. After this ...