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... high up on a mountain.
It was an amazing view, mum took pictures after pictures.
I have a ball to play with while they did that. So I was over somewhere else.
And then we walked through the town this one is properly one of my favorites because it looks awesome.
Today is an awesome day because we go climbing up a VOLCANO.
I was really scared at first.
So first we drove our car up to ...
... within the walls of Vatican City and attracts over 5 million visitors a year- that’s about 14,000 a day, and I can vouch that there were more on the day we visited. Waves of groups of tourists, one after the other, it was crazy! Here’s how not to visit the Museum:
Wait in line to buy a ticket.
Visit with people who dictate the pace of movement.
Visit with children.
Visit on the last Sunday of the month when the museum is ...
... with lots of ' tanti auguri, buone cose, fa una bella vacanza' (best wishes, all good things, have a beautiful holiday), really endearing. And we returned with fresh salmon, chicken schnitzel, spinach and loquats! Walked through the length of the lovely main street, Corso Umberto, then wound down past beautiful villas and gardens and for 20-30 mins followed a volcanic ash covered,stepped pathway ascending steeply, overlooking Isola ...
... It started to rain very heavily, so our exploration of picturesque Taormina was halted for a while and we ran through the rain back to the hotel to dry off. We went out to dinner at a family run restaurant and I had a wonderful seafood linguine. We spent the evening speaking to an English couple who were air crash investigators - a really interesting conversation. Can't wait to sleep on those beautiful, white linen ...
Waking up in a beautiful hill town. Wonderful breakfast with view of Mt. Etna. We're off for a tour of Etna and coast with Carmillo. Great private tour of Etna and surrounding areas, including villages, countryside and Cyclops coast. Carmillo was good, and such a gentleman! Etna was amazing, so many craters and volcanic ash. Parking lots get ...