Villa d'Amato Hotel

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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Travel Blogs from Sicily

Capri and Sorrento

A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Jul 25, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... tell why the rich and famous have houses here. After catching the ferry across to Sorrento back on the mainland and walking up 1000 steps to get to the bus we noticed that our token Asian Olivia wasn't with us. It was later discovered she didn't even get off the ferry and was heading back to Capri... Funny stuff Had dinner at a restaurant overlooking the bay of Naples. It had million dollar views and was all very impressive then shot back to the hotel for a recovery from the sun and ...

Castles and pistachios.....

A travel blog entry by suzannevalle on Jul 01, 2014

14 photos

... around, especially Mt Etna. We went for lunch at Sine Tempore, which I found a little snooty and definitely didn't offer the the best pasta: Lia had veal a la limone, Nuka the Sine Tempore which had wild mushrooms, Paolo had a pasta that included fresh tomatoes and I had the Norma.

Using our our newfound energy, we made it back to our car and set off for Bronte, home of the pistachio. The GPS put our time of arrival at 3.30pm, perfectly timed to ...

Etna Mare

A travel blog entry by suzannevalle on Jun 27, 2014

1 comment, 17 photos

... owners, Amelio and Maria, are such wonderful, accommodating people that we saw a lot of over the week, dropping off wine, olive oil, newly laid eggs and honey.....

Every other evening Lia and I would go fruit picking below the cottage: lemons, oranges, cherries, apricots and sour little apples.....

We had a fabulous week at this peaceful retreat, which was so different from anything else we have ...

Italian Job

A travel blog entry by daddyofay on Jun 14, 2014

12 photos

... boat to Sicily the home of the real Mafia. I was shocked by the rubbish on the roads, you could see the beauty behind the rubbish. We stayed in Mizzano and I had the most beautiful antipasto seafood platter. Small italian family owned restaurant translated to the housewife. The next day we drove to Palermo and spent the day looking around, it was beautiful and cleaner city. We left Palermo again on a ferry to Napoli arriving a 6.30am and drove to ...

Capri - the island not the pants

A travel blog entry by tonezf on May 31, 2014

10 photos

... blocking any form of view. After another coffee at the top the mist begins to disappear revealing the amazing views beyond. We wander the town with another kiwi girl Lucy and head to the larger island of Capri before relaxing on the public beach by the marina which is tiny and covered in stones. The boat back leads us the other way around the island past Giorgio Armani's place and some other wealthy people and past some large yachts. ...

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