Sant'Elia

Via I Settembre, 67 , Messina, Sicily, 98100, Italy | Hotel
Prices starting from $132.00
 

Travel Blogs from Messina

Pit Stop in Paradiso

A travel blog entry by schipper

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... I was talking to a good friend of mine here who told me that she and a buddy were renting a car and driving through Sicily. She asked me if I wanted to come along. Even though I only had a couple days to spare, OF COURSE I SAID YES!! I flew to Catania where they picked me up and then we stayed in Taormina on an amazing beach named Nexos Beach. It was one of the first places that they Ancient Greeks occupied when they landed in Sicily. And I can see why! It is ...

Guest Blog - Adam Love

A travel blog entry by cflove

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... how remote Villa Etna Mare would be. In a tranquil and beautiful setting it overlooks Etna and the turquoise sea, it is isolated enough to make a monk proud. Only accessible by a steep track, rough enough to make those of us who'd rented small hatch backs wince at the crunching sounds while traversing the formidable humps and pot holes. It was almost as if we'd known about England's impending failure and ...

A week with the family

A travel blog entry by cflove

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... place is crowded, even now and it must be heaving in the full summer. Last night they had a Ferrari Festival and there were over 100 cars from all over the world parked in the streets, this must be what thay mean by "streets paved with gold".

The house has been generally good, though very poor wi-fi has been an irritation, but the pool and views of Etna are wonderful. It is in a remote location, however, and the 20min drive up a really bumpy ...

Happy Birthday me!!!!

A travel blog entry by cflove

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... were very spectacular and through my binoculars you could see the lava spraying into the sky - apparently 200m high. In the middle of the evening lava started to flow down the side of the mountain and I tried to take a shot of it. A very poor picture since it's a long way off and it was pitch black but I think you can see the lava flows. In reality there were ...

Italian Job

A travel blog entry by daddyofay

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... in a hurry. The next day we took a tour bus around Rome, OMG the history was amazing, Colosseum, Pantheon, Angelo, Di Vinci the Roman and Christians. The Pantheon was simply amazing. After 2 days in Rome we headed to the Camp ground in Grimaud, South of France. 5 Days finally relaxing a little? Boy there is a lot of money out there, we don't have it thats for sure. 2 more days to go and then on the plane to Dubai and then home. Looking forward to ...

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