Ristorante Grotta Azzurra

Via Bagnoli 2, 98039 , Taormina, Sicily, 98039, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Bagnoli 2, 98039 , Taormina, is near Greek Amphitheater (Teatro Greco), SAT Group Tours, Circumetnea Railway, and Lido Mazzarò.
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Travel Blogs from Taormina

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

... about doing a "tour" around Palermo for a few Euro! After some bartering, we decided to take an "alternative" tour of the sights of Palermo. Wow, what a tour, down very narrow streets, which we had no idea where we were...could have been off to an organ donation centre! Saw a few markets, including seafood, meat, goods etc. The churches were a surprise. You can see the Arabic influence in the city and churches, some of the design and work was stunning. The opera house is ...

Close Encounters of the Cefalu kind!

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

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... the town inch by inch. We got some irritated looks from the locals as we should not have been there! We got past in some places with mills to spare. Thank god we did not need to reverse! To say I was not sh8$&4!g myself is an understatement! Neil had to get out of the car (Volvo SUV) to guide us through! When I saw we had got through to the other side, I was relieved and considered getting out of the car to kiss the ground! We decided to stay the night ...

Etna

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

1 comment, 7 photos

Early start to make the Ferrovia Circumennea train that goes around Mt Etna. We managed to find the train station thanks to Sue. After seeing us 4 passengers on the platform, we noticed that they pumped extra diesel into the train! At 9 we set off on a 114km journey which took just over 3 hours. The landscape contrasted from market gardens, vines, orchards to waste land of volcanic black basalt. It ...

Only on a Sunday

A travel blog entry by runewoodman on Jul 13, 2014

12 photos

In the theatre, actors are warned to never work with children and animals. Here's some similar advice for cruising, never visit Messina on a Sunday. Messina is a very religious city and not the largest of cities, so on Sunday there's not a lot open. Just as well there are plenty of things to see in Messina.

We spent the morning ...