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Travel Blogs from Milazzo
... the London set, Andy and Cathy. The sunny Sicilian weather returns, Mount Etna shows her beauty, the fish are alive in Catania market ( Signora can't look) and the baroque towns are magnificent.
It's the last week and preparations are in hand for moving forward, saying goodbyes and ensuring that Signor e Signora are fit for travelling.
Unfortunately, Signor's head cold develops a mind of its own and drifts nasally south and onto the chest. He has ...
... a burner phone off of a friend from Rome for emergency purposes. I picked it up and called my home phone. Thank goodness for moms… It doesn't matter how old or independent you think you are, mom's are always needed.
Now I'm waiting for the next train to Messina..
One never realizes how bad they are at a language until they are lost. Thankfully a couple passed by and one spoke english. (Another angel!) He told me what to do. A lady on a bench overheard I was ...
... both sides of the main pedestrian mall are lined with red carpet for x-mas and all the lights and shops are ready for the big day. The premier tourist attraction is the Teatro Greco which dates back to the Hellenistic period, 3rd century B.C. Originally it was built for theatre
performances and musical shows until the Romans restructured a few things in the 3rd century A.D. and made it into an amphitheatre for ...
Waited for the bus back down the hill for at least a half hour. Decided to hail a taxi. That's one thing about Sicily, the public transportation is kinda crummy. The trains are slower than the buses a lot of times and the buses are infrequent and sometimes off schedule.
Just got on the night train to Rome. Have the cabin all to myself. Looking forward to a quiet ...
... the place in brilliant sunshine (playground of the rich and famous in Summer).
Found the Skiza cafe right on the cliff edge for coffee (a recommendation of friend Chris from our church who had been there two weeks earlier... Nice one Chris) before taking the bus 20 mins to Fira. This is much the same though on a larger scale. We stayed a short time but as we were over ...
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