Hotel Pensione Neri

Address: Via G. Marconi 43, Lipari, Aeolian Islands, Sicily, 98055, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the SeaTac Airport area of Lipari, is near Museo Eoliano and Museo Archeologico Regionale Eoliano.
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Travel Blogs from Lipari

Sicily and the Aeolian Islands

A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Oct 13, 2015

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... One of the questions i ask them about is the presence of the Mafia, to which they tell me yes they are here. We talked about many other subjects till midnight before heading to bed.

The bus form Bari to Sicily leaves at 8am and does not get to the ferry crossing till 3.30pm. The car ferry takes us across to the town of Messina, where i take another bus to Milazzo. From Milazzo its a ferry to Lipari, my ...

Aeolean Islands

A travel blog entry by steverino on Sep 25, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... tasty and tender octopus.

Capers are a big deal here. They grow everywhere and and are used extensively in the local cuisine. Every mom and pop shop of any kind will have their own version of preserved capers on sale, either in salt or in olive oil and packed in any kind of jar available. Most didn't bother to remove the original label from the recycled jar. Nescafe capers, anyone?

Asking Diana for a ...

Waiting to leave for Sicily

A travel blog entry by hillerina on Sep 18, 2015

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... book out of hotel and ferry leaving. So waiting in a bar having a milk drink. Thought I'd preferred a frappe, which was advertised on the sign board outside. When I ordered it the wAitir looked at me like I was crazy. So I said freddo, which is cold. He said gusto? Henry said si, I ended up with a milk shake. ThTs fine. Trying to make it last 2 hours is ...


A travel blog entry by hillerina on Sep 17, 2015

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... from here is a stony beach which is breathlessly beautiful. Some locals kept say "medusa", I worked out this meant jellyfish. As I wasn't swimming with giggles I didn't fancy risking getting stung by medusa. Many yachts were anchored in this bay and people just came and went. A young Italian man tried to make a chair from the rocks, joking with me that he was an ...

Travelling to Panarea

A travel blog entry by hillerina on Sep 15, 2015

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Slight hiccough, the ferry we had hoped to take was full. After carefully planning our bus connection at 7:40 that morning to take us to Santa marina, we are told the ferry is full. There are no other ferries that day, so we had to get to the other side of the island to Rinella to catch a different line. Taxi to Rinella cost us 36 euros! Then we had to wait ...