La Sumalia Residence

Contrada San Giovanni, Syracuse, Sicily, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Syracuse

Agrigento and Siracusa

A travel blog entry by chicandlucy


... and medieval. As a port city and major player in the trade routes it became a very influential city. It is home to Archimedes the great mathematician. Eventually Siracusa fell to the Roman Empire but because of its prominence in trade it still thrived and became a center formChristians as is evident in the many catacombs. Beautiful city with wonderful ...

Buon Natale e Felice Anno Nuovo !

A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures


... Etna when Master Owen and Mistress Angharad visited (how wonderful to see them) but I was missing. Signora then tried every angle at the villa but has not been satisfied. With one last effort, Signor e me were dragged screaming to Noto and placed in front of a baroque fountain adorned with silly hats and reindeer antlers whilst a poor Italian signora was collared to carry out the dirty deed. It was all done in such a rush that Signor ended up with the antlers and me with the hat.

Oranges and lemons !

A travel blog entry by bsb_adventures


... by beautiful sunny weather with temperatures in the mid twenties. The locals admit that this is a little warmer and drier than usual.

Camping in lemon and orange groves.

Sicily is such a contrast to Calabria. Colour coded bins to recycle rubbish, Calabria didn't have bins never mind a recycling system. Men work on road repairs, gardeners attend piazzas and above all the natives are very friendly and welcoming. I am ...

Mission: beach!

A travel blog entry by kittybowlero


Antonio finished his internship before the rest of the crew so we took a trip to Siracusa. We took a bus and passed Mount Etna along the way. Our plan was to go to a nature reserve but when we went to rent a car/scooter to get there the man at the desk was going on break....for three hours. He was headed to the beach so he gave us a lift. The beach was ...

Baroque and Beyond

A travel blog entry by sntj


... to restaurant staff... everyone was very proud of their town and equally keen to ensure that you had an enjoyable experience while there.

There is a lot of Baroque evident throughout the town [courtesy of the big quake rebuild] but one building stands out – Palazzo Beneventano. This is one of those buildings where clearly, the architect or the chap commissioning the building [or both] was/were slightly demented. At the ...


This hotel, located on Contrada San Giovanni, Syracuse, is near St. Nicholas Cathedral and Planeta.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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