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At the end of the street, which is maybe a mile long, is the ruin of a Greco-Roman theater. The Greeks built it in the 3rd century BC, and then the Romans expanded it 500 years later.
A few columns remain, and so do some of the original seats.
... in the town of Giardini Naxos, where we boarded buses for a full day of sightseeing.
Our first stop was the tiny village of Castelmola.
It was at the very top of a very steep and curvy hill, high above Taormina.
We’ve been amazed at the maneuverability of our tour buses.
Even so, the driver had to back up a couple of times when we got to a sharp curve, or when we met another ...
... of fresh fruit. From Castelmola, we climbed up to the ruins of a castle, where we sat in the shade watching Mt. Etna and munching our lunch. Awesome! Given the heat, we decided that hiking down would not be our best move - the bus and taxi returned us to the tender port over the same insane roads as on the way up. We found our morning coffee at a local stop in Taormina - €6. Best coffee so far in ...
... summer days, or just to explore. Look for the sign for the botanical gardens, which is where the entrance to the gorges are and where you can park.
There is a botanical garden walk you can take above the gorges and then you can go down either by a long flight of stairs or by elevator. The rock formations really are interesting and ...
... Sicily, Italy, in the Province of Messina, about midway between Messina and Catania, located 206 meters above the sea level on a hillside of monte Tauro, one of the last peaks of the mounts Peloritani. Taormina has been a very popular tourist destination since the 19th century. It has popular beaches (accessible via an aerial tramway) on the Ionian sea, which is remarkably warm and has a high salt ...