Villa d'Amato Hotel

Address: Via Messina Marina 178 / 180 , Sicily, 90121, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via Messina Marina 178 / 180 , Sicily.
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Farmstay, Parco Statella & Restaurant

A travel blog entry by ceesadventures on May 28, 2015

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Welcome

In the beautiful Medieval city of Randazzo (CT), not far from Mt Etna and Taormina, we stayed at a a lovely farmhouse, calked Parco Statella, Azienda Turismo Rurale

We had dinner in the restaurant at our farm stay...La ristorazione e curata da Trattoria ...

Volcano

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on May 18, 2015

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... Ferries speeding in and out of the port were loading tourists on and off the Island faster than the restaurants could cope. Maybe as a result of the bad seas yesterday they were playing catch up but that was no use to us as we had set our hearts on a big pizza and glass of wine. No luck so we head to the supermarket to cook on board again - not all bad as we had ...

Taormina, Stomboli and Lipari

A travel blog entry by ellisasailing on May 17, 2015

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... and mud baths for the girls. A calm night on anchor in low winds in quiet bay watching the volcano erupt sounded fab! Saying of the day from Scott " will be good to see it spewing like a cabin boy". Not to be ..... after searching for that quiet calm bay the winds and sea picked up again so we head to Lipari Island where there is a small port with shelter. Eric spots a school of Dolphins jumping in the waves and tells us all ...

Aeolian Islands Adventures

A travel blog entry by margarnold on Oct 15, 2014

2 comments, 41 photos

... that any information given on the trip would be in Italian, and there was some Italian. But we were surprised by an extensive narration in German. A bare minimum of English meant that we somehow coped between George's good German skills, and the various snippets either of us could glean in Italian! Panarea was once much larger, and some of the remains of the original island can be visited by boat, and the rocky formations admired at close quarters from the deck. We could also ...

Goodbye Sicily, we will miss you

A travel blog entry by casanapoli on Oct 06, 2014

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... can say they did! Then off to see the piazza di spagna and Spanish steps (also a little underwhelming due to the hundreds of street peddlers - they even started arguing with each other as they both offered me a rose at the same time and the church at the top of the steps was covered in scaffolding and canvas adverts!) we did see another wedding while we were there. We caught a taxi back and then fell into ...