Ai Cartari B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... we left the hotel at 9:00 am and have returned at 4:30 pm. What we walked yesterday we again walked, but this time with a historian telling us what we were seeing. Like much of Italian history Palermo, a city perched in such a favourable location passed through the hands of many conquerors. It started as a Phonician colony from 8th century BC, for a time was ruled by the Romans, fell to the Arabs in 831 ...
... with a guest soprano and tenor who had beautiful voices. We were very impressed. Then it was off for drinks before dinner. Our drinks package has meant we are trying out as many of the cocktails we can as well as having a glass or two of wine at lunch and dinner. Wine at lunch is a great way to start the afternoon siesta!! So tonight we are off to La Goulette, the port of Tunis, Tunisia, Our first time in Africa! See you all ...
... thorough fares. Some of the streets were closed for pedestrians today which was nice and there were folks out shopping, but nothing remotely like in Rome. In fact Palermo reminds me of Naples, and I like it for it's grittiness. It is not all prettied up for anyone, least of all the citizens.
The small harbour, has a quite lovely wide quay to walk along. It seems to be a harbour after Wayne's heart, filled mostly with sail boats. The light ...
... I offered to come back tomorrow but she explained they were open this afternoon after 3pm. I met Marco, the walking tour guide, at massimo opera theatre for the tour. Two others joined us - they were Dutch and probably in mid 20s. Marco gave us our food passports and explained what we would do, where we would go etc. it was a lot of fun and Marco included a lot of Palermo culture in the tour. We started with frittola - veal left over bits (no meat just the gristle, fat ...
... it was a Saturday night, as my luck usually has it, everyone was fast asleep. We decided to walk around the main square because so many locals were out doing stuff. It was quite surprising because it was one in the morning and everyone of all ages, even babies, were out and about. We went to a area where it was really packed and it was maybe the most beautiful thing I have seen here yet. Everyone was dancing to extremely loud music and socializing and ...