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... horn vibrates the table as they say goodbye to the pilot boat and we head off through the small (3km) straight between Sicily and Italy's mainland. Was hoping to see the island/volcano of Stromboli, but it looks like we're heading too close to ...
... tiring as I havenàt had much time to myself! From Palermo I caught the ferry to the Aeolian islands, in the sea north of SIcily. On the ferry I got invited up to the cockpit where we ate SIcilian sweets and drank coffee. On the way to ALicudi we ...
OK, so we found out where all of the tourists are in Sicily. They are all packed into a centuries old cobblestone village home to a mere 10,000 people. Taormina is the full package. It is beautifully situated perched precariously on a ...
... for it. It is hard to feel bad about a 13-hour trip when the last hour is spent sipping a cappuccino while watching Palermo, Sicily come into view. Palermo has close to 700,000 people and they all drive their cars... through the old town... at the same ...
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Calatafimi-Segesta, Sicily, Italy
This unfinished fifth-century Doric temple has everything but a roof and an interior, and the huge structure seems unaffected by time. A small theater atop a nearby hill offers visitors a stunning view of green hills and the deep blue hues of the sea below.
Walk along the floor of this 223-foot deep lava canyon - a narrow, scenically spectacular gorge carved out of the rock by a fast-flowing stream.
Syracuse, Sicily, Italy
This offshore island was occupied by the Greek colonists who fortified it and constructed the earliest structures, including the temples of Athena and Apollo, whose remains can still be seen today.
Piazza Duomo, Cefalu, Sicily, Italy