Residence La Vetreria

Via Grimaldi 8, Catania, Sicily, 95121, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Centro Catania area of Catania, is near Piazza Duomo, Etna Experience, Duomo di Catania, and Castello Ursino & Museo Civico.
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    Travel Blogs from Catania

    Catania, Sicily

    A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 10, 2014

    ... Auckland mountain look, albeit without buildings. At 11am we were back on the bus heading for Taormina. This place is what we imagine Cinque Terre will be like. A village built high on the side of a high and very steep cliff face. It took a bit of road engineering as well, with a couple of longish tunnels and roads that in part are built sticking out from the cliff, though it didn't feel precarious. We arrived at a point where buses can go no further and took an ...

    Another day, another hill to climb

    A travel blog entry by michaelcourt on Sep 06, 2014

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    Tonight we ate at a restaurant called La Capinnina (The Little Bell), which was another of the many establishments camped side-by-side on the Giardini Naxos promenade. The pizza was once again a solid effort without being outstanding, with the salami leaving a little to be desired in the flavour department. However, the Nutella crepe I had afterwards immediately erased any thoughts of disappointment. ...

    Sept. 6: Taormina Scicly

    A travel blog entry by rknepper on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... restaurants make for a perfect holiday spot. Taormina’s past is Sicily’s history in a microcosm: Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Normans, Swabians, the French and the Spanish all came, saw, conquered and left. Boats anchored around Milena: 1). M/Y Equanimity (300 feet long!) http://www.charterworld.com/news/oceanc o-announces-delivery-915m-motor-yacht-e quanimity-y709 2). M/Y Dream http://www.charterworld.com/?sub=yacht- charter&charter=motor-yacht-dream-6 ...

    Non-entry entry.

    A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 13, 2014

    ... marble floors, giant marble pillars, gigantic domes, sculptures, statues, alters, underground crypts, you name it; it’s there in a super deluxe version.

    If you’re detecting a bit of disinterest it’s because I’m preoccupied. It’s about a girl at my hostel in Taormina, Sicily. ...

    Rome

    A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 12, 2014

    ... religion of the Roman Empire in 325 A.D.

    Constantine constructed the Basilica in its original form over the small shrine built on Saint Peters tomb on Vatican Hill. The Basilica in its present form is the result of a comprehensive overhaul and redesign ordered on the 4th century A.D. original (by Pope Julius II in 1506) and claims Michelangelo on its panel of architects. Proclaimed as the finest ever example of Renaissance architecture, it is the ...