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(Sicily, Italy)

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Ancient Quarter
Taking a backseat to the capital, Old Palermo is a best kept Sicilian secret. The ancient quarter holds an array of cultural and historical delights. Get lost amongst the ancient architecture and soak up Sicilian daily life by people watching over the good food and coffee.
Posted on 01/2/2012 by Jean Carrow

Re. Volcanic Siciy
Last year we hired a guide and climbed Mount Etna. It was absolutely spectacular; wondering over lava dunes and exploring on the moonlike surface; next time you return to Sicily you should definitely make the trip.
Posted on 26/1/2011 by Anne Callow

Volcanic Sicily
Famous as being the most active volcanoes in the world, Mount Etna draws loads of crowds to witness its supremacy. When we went there it was really touristy, and maybe a bit too much for our taste, but we were still struck by its majestic presence. We didn't climb Etna but we heard you could do so if you hired a guide.
Posted on 25/1/2012 by Janet Holden

Mount Etna and I
Ever imagined what it would be like to be on another planet? Well I guess the closest I have come is whilst visiting Sicily and taking the 5 hour trip on the Circumetnea railroad circling the infamous mount Etna volcano. For 5 hours we encircled the awe-inspiring volcano and I truly felt like I could have been on another planet.
Posted on 23/1/2011 by Paul Cummings

Majestic Mosaic
On a trip to Sicily make the out of town adventure to the imperial Roman Villa in Casale. A grand affair; the villas have survived the Classical Era. There are 40 rooms tiled with mosaics, probably the most beautiful mosaic work I have ever seen.
Posted on 23/1/2011 by Preetha Fernanzo