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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Carmelas Taormina
Travel Blogs from Taormina
... free holiday locale. Taormina has a long history dated from before 403 BC of Greek and Roman occupation, was the capital of Byzantine Sicily, fell to the Arabs and destroyed in 902, rebuilt and captured by the Normans and then under Spanish influence. Just your usual ho hum Italian history. Everyone comes to Taormina because of the Teatro Greco or because it is on the itinerary of Mediterranean cruise ships. All guide books advise ...
Another long driving day to get from Alberobello to our hotel at Taormina on Sicily. We
passed through the Calabria region safely and had a 20 minute ferry
ride across the Straits of Messina to enter the island. Sicilians
are ferociously proud and consider themselves Sicilian first, then
maybe Italian. We have three night here in a Hilton Hotel, a grand
old hotel, bit faded but lots of space and comfort. Today we visited ...
... and I dived deep into the water, it was like a dream so I did it again and tomorrow I will do it over and over. it reminds me of the joys of my childhood, diving into the water, even our backyard pool where all of us would swim and dive and get out onto the deck that dad built and dive again and again.
The morning passed too quickly and the room was ready. We love the room, as is evidenced by the pics and comments. We decide to walk to the ...
... was huge. She started feeling sick at the end so I started to oak her home and left Vince thereto pay. No sooner had we walked a few steps that she began to feel really sick and she spewed up her whole meal. Poor thing. Luckily no one was behind her. We then had to climb o all the steps,to the road and walk back to our hotel. Enquirer about a clothes waning service it there is none so she miss now washing her spews clothes. She has no voice today ...
... was when a local group of musicians came into the restaurant and performed for us.
After the dinner, we decided to venture on our own and walked down Corso Umberto. We saw this little bar tucked up on a street that had a guitar player singing outside, so we decided to go there. The bar was called Scala dell Amore and we sat there for quite some time listening to the music, chatting, drinking wine, and enjoying our first night in Sicily.