Musciara Siracusa Resort
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... and medieval. As a port city and major player in the trade routes it became a very influential city. It is home to Archimedes the great mathematician. Eventually Siracusa fell to the Roman Empire but because of its prominence in trade it still thrived and became a center formChristians as is evident in the many catacombs. Beautiful city with wonderful ...
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Spent on plane tickets to equidor: $2658 --- $ 4542
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... maybe throw in a pack of volcano dwelling snow wolves or something for effect. It was my inner frugality which is once again to blame for this situation, all because I didn't want to pay 70 Euros for a tour. "Why not go solo!?!" great idea! says me from the warmth and steaminess of the hostel showers, where all great plans are hatched. "Not so great idea!?!" says future me, trying to eat a frozen, and somewhat smaller arancini at the very top of Mt ...
... an espresso and a torte in the piazza and basked in the sun for a good while. Up to this point I had done quiet a bit. I went to a castle (toured that for a solid hour +); went to at least 5 churches; 3 different street markets; went to all the near piazza's, peering into shops; and now I was enjoying the weather. It's only 11 am and I'm already worn.
That was my morning in Catania!
P.S. I got a new suitcase! ...
So compared to my previous day, this day was an absolute breeze! I woke up to sunshine peering through my orange silk curtains. Smiling, I stayed in bed, allowing my body to fully wake up. There was no need to rush. My host in Taormina told me I could leave my bags in the room and go see the sea this afternoon. I was planning on leaving for Catania right after.
At 9 am (the specified time) I heard a knock on the door. BREAKFAST! I opened the door with a smile and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet