Palazzo Leonardi

Address: 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

Sicilian Sojourn

A travel blog entry by carinamary on Apr 11, 2015

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... be good I think
We are staying in a lovely 2 bedroom apartment here and our host Giovanni, has been most helpful with everything.
Feeling slightly aghast that I seem to have forgotten every word of Italian that I ever learnt...oh dear!
So tomorrow off to Geneva on another early flight...and then a few Swiss trains to end up in Zurich
Until ...

Sicilia Stole My Heart <3

A travel blog entry by joannaeskander on Mar 28, 2015

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... you could see the famous Sicilian mountain/volcano, Mt. Etna, as well as the sea with all the houses scattering the hillside. On our tour, we stopped at an Ancient Greek theatre nestled into the hills with this incredible, unbeatable view. This stop showed all the beauty I craved to see in Sicily and I cannot wait to go back. All the little shops were awesome and most importantly the food was delicious! We said goodbye to Taormina to make it back to the ...

Sicilia Day 3

A travel blog entry by nick.buto.22 on Mar 01, 2015

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Last day had perfect weather. We went to an ancient theater with the casual Volcano as the background scenery. Mt. Etna was huge and beautiful. Clouds covered it up and I got a quick glimpse of it. An overall amazing weekend and I was sad to leave. Definitely want to go back to Sicily some ...

The End of the Road

A travel blog entry by lmglmora on Feb 26, 2015

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... of Humanities of the University of Catania and is UNESCO World Heritage site. We join a guided tour in Italian after we are promised and naively believed that the guide would speak slowly. The monastery has a long history starting back with the Romans and has been shaped by volcanic lava, earthquakes and the recycling for modern uses.


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No way!!

A travel blog entry by lmglmora on Feb 25, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... of a storm of biblical proportions. Our first impression of the city has not been good but only because we were walking away from the historic city centre. When we have been given the right directions, we have seen how nice the city is with lots to see and a busy main street full of shops.
After eating polpettes for diner and discover disappointedly that they were not little octopus we have gone back to the extremely artistic room of our ...