Villa Caniselle

Address: Via Pavese 1, Syracuse, Sicily, 96017 , Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Pavese 1, Syracuse, is near Castello Eurialo.
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Travel Blogs from Syracuse

I ♥ Siracusa!!

A travel blog entry by juliem.atkinson on Oct 12, 2014

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  • Coming into Siracusa city, initially my thoughts were that was gritty and looked as if the streets and buildings were crumbling and needed a good guerney down; however as we're beginning to understand you can't always tell a book by its cover! We were met by Simone a young man who had very little English and his brother Andrea both natives of Siracusa who let us in and explained the apartment for us. The building was a rather boring looking 70's style condo ...

It's All Greek to Me (And Food, too)

A travel blog entry by jmdipippa on May 30, 2013

4 comments, 33 photos

... we might get a lunch in one of the bars or outside cafes near the Piazza Duomo. These would be touristy but at least we knew where they were. As we strolled, we noticed a place no bigger than a small office with a bench outside and people inside. We peered in and saw the place was packed with construction workers. We said to each other, "Let's eat here." It was a great choice. We only had a piece of pizza each but it was the best pizza I have ...

To Shop or Not To Shop, That is the Question!

A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 17, 2011

6 photos

... To think my mother Salvatice gave all this up to move to Australia, met my father, Sebastian Pulvirenti, married the love of her life, settled and gave birth to four children.

Whilst here in Sicily, I discovered that there is a town called Sciacca, which is also my Mother's maiden name. Sciacca (Greek; Θέρμαι; Latin) means Thermal Spa or 'ex aqua' or in Arabic it comes from ...

Oh yes, Granita, Granita, Granita!!!

A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 13, 2011

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... we all had siesta, a great thing to do on a hot afternoon before exploring Aci Castello in the afternoon. Aci Castello is a town which developed around the Norman Castle, built in 1076 by the Normans upon the foundations of a 7th century Byzantine fortification. In 1169 Aci Castello started to expand after an eruption of Mt Etna made the towns in its vicinity uninhabitable. The Castle later became the property of the Bishops ...

Hanging around with Saro and Pina.

A travel blog entry by jpulvirenti1 on Aug 12, 2011

1 comment, 4 photos

Sara, Pina and I start the morning with the usual routine which I have been accustomed to, Granita and Brioche! Oh my God, I had a chocolate Granita, followed by a Sicilian Ricotta Cannoli and a Pasta Mandola.

My cousins have a habit of racing me to the register when it comes to paying the account. Not only is their generosity overwhelming, but its now getting to the point it is ridiculous. Saro has this annoying saying which is irritating! "Guests Don't Pay"! It ...