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Then I awoke, and knew not whether to throw myself into the sea or to live on and make the best of it; but I bore it, covered myself up, and lay down in the ship, while the men lamented bitterly as the fierce winds bore our fleet back to the Aeolian island.
He hears the echoes of a horn in a hill country, in the Notch Mountains, for example, which converts the mountains into an Aeolian harp,--and this supernatural tiralira restores to him the Dorian mythology, Apollo, Diana, and all divine hunters and huntresses.
Contract notice: Realization of files building permit and operating license icpe prior to the construction of parks files aeolians.
3) Not only did Ordway "write many popular songs," but he also "organized the troupe known as Ordway's Aeolians, which performed in Ordway Hall, where the Province House now stands.
6) Unlike those announcements and listings, however, the obituary neglected to specify the parameters in which Ordway and his Aeolians functioned.
All across the Aeolians, spa lovers can enjoy the natural bubbling hot springs and mud baths, where the normally expensive beauty treatments come free courtesy of Mother Earth.
We were heading north to the seven Aeolian Islands - Lipari, Vulcano, Stromboli, Salina, Basiluzzo, Panarea and Filicudi - which are fast becoming the hottest new destination in the Med.
A short hydrofoil journey from the Sicilian port of Milazzo took us out to the Aeolians.
But to stay one step ahead of the package crowd, take my advice and get yourself to the Aeolian Islands.
The Carpaccio continued to Panarea, smallest of the inhabited Aeolians.
A band of white at the water's edge was the village where we would make our first call in the Aeolian Islands.
The Aeolians consequently became a secret hideaway for the beau monde; a place where they could enjoy thousands of years of history, an aquamarine sea and untouched natural surroundings.
aeolic Greek Aiolikos,literally, of the Aeolians, a people of ancient Greece
Take a holiday on Sicily and the archipelago of volcanic islands known as the Aeolians.
Summary: As I watch the sun set from my terrace on the west coast of Salina, one of Italy's Aeolian Islands, I marvel again that the stone headrest I am lying against is so inexplicably comfortable.