Hotel Villa Giuliana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa Giuliana Licata
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... problems with too many travelers and stopped the service. The desk clerk, who was not the hotel owner, seemed extremely apologetic about the entire situation, but still sent us on our way. Hotel #2 was WAY too fancy to even let us in the door, and smelled strongly of perfume. There was no way they were going to even entertain the idea. Hotel #3, rental apartments on the train platform itself couldn't help us unless we had a room and ...
... and numerous other names for a Salami pizza. The mystery of the crust was solved… it was because the previous nights pizza wasn’t cooked in a wood-fired oven. Tonight’s was, and it was just like the northern versions. The problem with this pizza was the taste… the salami was quite tasty, but the sauce was watery and bland. I had to wash the taste out of my mouth with a Nutella Crepe. ...
... and named in shame because of the naked statues) and another amazing cathedral La Martorana. We next passed a park that had an 800 year old fig tree and then finished up at the Teatro Massimo which has the claim to fame that the scene from godfather part three, were Michael Corlioni's son was shot on the steps of this building.
A very interesting day, not the cleanest place, and how crazy are these Italian/Sicilian drivers.
... celebration is to fill the steps with either hundreds of candles or flowers and the photo we saw of this was stunning. We looked around this little town for a while. We then went on to see the villa Romana Del Casale. An Emperor owned this villa about 300AD. It was partly destroyed in a mudslide. One day a peasant was digging a well when he discovered part of the villa's mosaic floors. To cut a long story short eventually someone restored it to the ...
... was probably owned by Marcus Aurelius Maximinianus, a Pannonian who had risen from the ranks of the Roman army to become a general, and then was raised to the status of Augustus by Diocletian. Villa is too modest a description, a palace would be more fitting with the scale and luxury of the place.
After a very pleasant visit, with very few people straight after lunch, we headed for Agrigento where we will go and see the 'valley of the temples' tomorrow. ...