Hotel San Michele

Via Fasci Siciliani S/n, Caltanissetta, Sicily, 93120, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Fasci Siciliani S/n, Caltanissetta.
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    We are in Sicily

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... find the 3rd century Greek theater, located slightly above the city. We paid our 8 Euro entry fee and climbed to the last row of the theater. The view of the sea was stunning. The day was hot, well into the 90s, but the hike was well worth it. Built by the Greeks and modified by the Romans the theater is still used today for concerts. Those Greeks appreciated the importance of location! Today the city uses the old theater for special events. We noticed that an ...

    Settling in in Linguaglossa

    A travel blog entry by suzannevalle on Jun 28, 2014

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    ... it imposes it..... Like a Molopo in Italy..... With no wifi and the peace and quiet, all we can do is faciamo relax.....

    Monday was another shopping day as we promised the girls we could find H&M, they bought quite few reasonably priced things there last time we were in Italy. Highlight of the trip was finding and eating arancini! Balls made of risotto, filled with ragu / mozzarella, crumbed and deep ...

    A grand old roman villa

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jun 07, 2014

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    Packed the car, tucked Basil in, and left Santa Tecla, heading to Constrada Piano Grande for our second week in Sicily. Hit the autostrada, and high tailed it to Piazza Armerina, our enroute deviation.

    Had audio guides to help explain the Roman Villa that we were about to see. Fortunately, there were explanations in several languages, including english, close to the mosaic or structure being described. The audio guide's numbers and ...

    Sicily

    A travel blog entry by wardtrip on May 31, 2014

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    ... Ortigia. We then went home for lunch before going to the Pupi Theatre [puppet theatre] It was quite enjoyable. There were a lot of sword fights and dead people by the end of it. Lucy got to choose where we eat so she chose the La Pizzoleria. On the last day that we had in Sicily we went to the Catacombs and saw where all the Christians were buried. There were so many places for children. It was really scary knowing that that many children died. We also saw where A Pope had been ...

    The valley of theTemples.

    A travel blog entry by ianandjackie on May 25, 2014

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    ... was deemed the highest form of art in Ancient Greece. There were a few Roman busts thrown in, including one of the ubiquitous Hadrian which would have pleased my Italian ladies out in the sun. I got round the museum in under an hour which is a personal best and joined Ian for a Moretti in the bar. Somehow in that time he had managed to complete various important business calls and scoured the internet for a good restaurant between here and Villa Franca. ...