- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... guide offering his services which we declined. Got to the entry and made our way to the Greek Theatre which was nice, read our book, went to the top and hollowed caves. Found broken down railings and lots of areas blocked off. This continued into the other areas with more blocked off than open and overgrown and pretty dirty. There were at least 100 people there which is not bad money in the off season by around 10am. Pretty disappointed in this tourist attraction you need to ...
... It then took me an hour walking around the town asking different people and having to go back to the vets to find the pharmacy to get the prescription - yes the pharmacy where we would get medicine for ourselves also sell the dog medicine - after 3 pharmacies I got it !!! Tia's eye looks better after one dose so sure will be better ...
... and lava jewellery stores. Upon enquiry we found the very odd pineapple ceramic items were in fact acorns and in Sicily are placed for welcoming guests. A good explanation but it did not make any of us rush out to buy one to haul about Sicily. I parted with the group and luckily found the hotel again. Oh yes I have a recommendation about staying in Taormina...if you are down the hill think about getting a hotel with ...
... of us voted to go back to the freeway. Gary's GPS gave up on us. We circled back along through the towns by the waterfront...I mean we could see the ferries, but could not find how to get to the dock. finally Gary spied a faded and weather beaten sign which had both port and tourista on it so we drove down and onto the dock, bought our €40 ticket for car and four passengers, rolled on, third from last car.
... we had a great evening meal in a typically Sicilian restaurant and were serenaded by some musicians while we ate. Taormina is a beautiful hillside town with a history dating back to Ancient Greece with Roman , Carthaganeans, Arabs, Normans to name a few and all have had an influence on the architecture and buildings. It reminds me a little of San Gimignano and it is similarly full of tourists in the gorgeous little streets and laneways. My favourite place ...