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Published by Little, Brown, and company in Boston .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Sicily (Italy),
  • Italy,
  • Sicily.

Subjects:

  • Cities and towns -- Italy -- Sicily.,
  • Sicily (Italy) -- Description and travel.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Edward Hutton. With 12 illustrations in colour by Harry Morley, 14 other illustrations and a map.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDG864 .H8
The Physical Object
Pagination3 p. l., ix-xi, 243 [1] p.
Number of Pages243
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6698522M
LC Control Number27002911
OCLC/WorldCa2955974

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  My favorite thing about these books are the guided walks, as I don't like group tours. Sicily is a wonderful place to visit. We rented a car and spent a couple weeks+ traveling around the island. I didn't agree with the book's thoughts on some cities, but finding your favourite places is part of the fun of s:   Ebooks about Sicily by our history editors. Start reading in just a few minutes! (Links are to but these books are also available from Kobo and other vendors, and at some libraries with OverDrive and Hoopla.) • Sicily: The Time Traveler's Guide The island in your pocket in this destination guide. • The Peoples of Sicily: A Multicultural Legacy The story of the world's most. The Tour guide, David was outstanding. The tours guides on previous RS tours were also very very good, but David took it to a new level. The cities of Palermo and Catania were pretty gritty and at times I felt that they both needed a big power wash. Hopefully, theose cities improve there appearances as Sicily sees the growing importance of tourism.   I bought that book just before the bad reviews in and enjoyed the reading. Ok, I had strictly no prior knowledge of Sicily's history and bought the book in preparation for my summer holiday () there. I was extremely pleased with it because the material is simply fascinating and gave me an idea of why Sicily is what it is s: