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, BC – London, UK – Catania, Sicily
On the bus from Heathrow to Gatwick
The hustle and bustle of Victoria Station
Kensington Station, and the London Underground
Riding the Tube
“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.
The Victoria and Albert Museum – One of the best in the world, and a pretty good place for lunch.
Royal Albert Hall
The Albert Memorial – Not to my taste but, there it is.
They drive on the left in England, and tourists are often injured by stepping out into traffic after looking the wrong way.
The next day I flew from London’s Gatwick Airport to Catania, Sicily.