Villa Gigi

Fanusa, Syracuse, Sicily, 96014, Italy | Villa
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Relaxing Day at Sea

A travel blog entry by elaineandtom on Jul 20, 2014

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... of Acitrezza for dinner. It was Sunday night and the town square was full of people. Many Italian cities have festivals for their patron saint during the summer, so we think that is what it was. We just happened to come upon a small chorus concert in front of a church so we sat and listened for awhile. They sang several popular Italian songs, as well as songs by The Beatles and Frank Sinatra (sung in English) This was a great end ...

Winery and Sunset Tour of Mt. Etna

A travel blog entry by elaineandtom on Jul 19, 2014

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... We were with a group of 6 other people from England, Italy, and Germany. Most people spoke some English, so language wasn't a problem.

Emanuel was a geologist, and was a wealth of knowledge. Mt. Etna is an active volcano and is over 11,000 feet high. It is the largest and most active volcano in Italy and has the longest continuous eruptions of any volcano. Most of these eruptions are called ...

Wined and dined by Mt Etna's Finest

A travel blog entry by tayclark on Jul 18, 2014

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... of a truck. After we got back we chilled out on the back of Sam's terrace, the Sicilian wine maker and one of our new friends chatting, drinking and watching the sun set over the expansive Mt Etna valley. At about 10pm, normal eating time for people over here, we went back to cave Ox for dinner, amazing wood fired pizzas and fried zucchinis, and some more delicious wine including some of Sams very own wine, a rosato he'd just finished producing. ...

Volcano and Greek theatre

A travel blog entry by corky26 on Jul 13, 2014

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... cream and visited a Greek theatre which was built in the third century BC which is 300 years before Jesus.Then was a German man singing Opera on the stage. He was very good. Then we wandered the shops.It was formal night on the boat so we all got dressed up for dinner then the ...

Noto, bene!

A travel blog entry by suzannevalle on Jul 06, 2014

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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 ...

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