Il Glicine

Via Savonarola 104, Syracuse, Sicily, Italy | Hotel
 

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Noto, bene!

A travel blog entry by suzannevalle

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... though.....

We finally made it to Costanza and ordered straciatella for the girls, limone for Paolo and pistachio for me. It was DIVINE, but truthfully, the gelaterie in Scicli and Minori are just as good.....

After lunch and a nap, we went to the beach from 5pm to 8pm...... Paolo and the girls played in the water for hours......

Tomorrow we make the trek to Agrigento to visit Valle dei Templi...... Pray there is a Gelateria of some standing ...

Naples to Catania

A travel blog entry by cwbluey

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... It is a fantastic hotel, quiet and the room is very spacious. However we will only be here one night as our tour of Sicily commences in the morning. We went walking around Catania and though it is very neglected you can see the old beautiful city it use to be. We assume there is a lack of money being spent on the city which is a shame. Or maybe the mafia are controlling everything!!! The first corner we turned we found some old ruins that use ...

Catania

A travel blog entry by ricflack

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... down the main street of town, past two churches the city hall, many shops and historic buildings before arriving at the medieval theater. It was built on a hillside so that they could have stadium seating and the sea to the back of the stage so that the wind from the sea could carry the voices of the performers.

The theater is still in use today although it was badly damaged in WWII much of it has ...

To Catania and the volcano

A travel blog entry by marcusfs

... with a mysterious woman staring at our luggage p.s. Raining cats and dogs On board on the Trinacria by tttlines and it is magnificent as it has a bathroom in the room Chat a while eat something nice view drink wine and gap Btw saw the volcano parco regionale dell'etna Best sleep in Europe so ...

Coastal road to Catania

A travel blog entry by pwhalen

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... from previously, fortuitously saved, so were able to wander at will. The crowds were buzzing, as Italy was to play later that night. Giant screens were set up throughout the city with some pubs showing the Colombian game on then.

Catania was a surprise, and we definitely needed more time to explore than what we had. The ferry had been delayed by a couple of hours, so ...

 

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