In the Springtime of 2015, I made a trip to Sicily. My route was from Vancouver to London, where I spent a day before continuing on to Catania. I rented a car in Catania, and drove to the touristy town of Taormina for a few days. These are the pages of the photos I took. To keep the pages at a manageable size, the photos are on five pages: Taormina, Cefalù, Villa Romana del Casale, Agrigento, and Syracusa.

Vancouver To London to Catania
Vancouver, BC – London, UK – Catania, Sicily
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On the bus from Heathrow to Gatwick
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The hustle and bustle of Victoria Station
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Kensington Station, and the London Underground
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Riding the Tube
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“Royal Geographic Society – Welcome” I had recently read a book called “The Lost City of Z” about a Victorian-era British explorer to South America. The Royal Geographic Society figured into the story, so I though I would pop-in to see what was what.
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The Victoria and Albert Museum – One of the best in the world, and a pretty good place for lunch.
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London, England
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Royal Albert Hall
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The Albert Memorial – Not to my taste but, there it is.
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They drive on the left in England, and tourists are often injured by stepping out into traffic after looking the wrong way.

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Coming in to Catania - Mount Etna
The next day I flew from London’s Gatwick Airport to Catania, Sicily.

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