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... the wealthy have their weekend villas, and some were really impressive. Summer finishes on 15th September, so the beach was being dismantled of narrow wooden walkway, umbrellas, and any thing else associated with beach lounging. Unfortunately the bus could't stop, so we just had glimpses of the sandy beach. We were back at the hotel by 6.00, where we had a farewell meeting with Loredana. Last minute instructions. Then it was off to the harbour ...
... 300 meters from the actual bus stop. It seems very little in Sicily is straight forward. An older Italian man took great joy and care in escorting a young British women to her destination in Palermo. (She was understandably a bit less enthusiastic, but with few alternatives accepted the kind jesture with some wariness.) Our side trip to the Tabacchi resulted in meeting a native Monreale resident who spent 25 years living in Queens. He stopped to assist us in our 'discussion' ...
... whether to make the steep, one hour walk up the Rock to the Temple of Diana and the Fortress. Given that the temperature was already 30, we decided to visit the Duomo and walk around the streets Cefalu. Traffic began to pick up by the time we were ready to hit the road again. We drove the local road along the coast heading back toward Palermo, stopping at a grocery store to pick up some supplies. Heading inland, our destination ...
... 13.333333969116211px; line-height: 17.77777862548828px;">After lunch we visited 'La Piazza Della Vergognia', The Four Banks, Theatro Massimo and another Byzantine Church. Unfortunately it was time to head home.
My god, Palermo is just one of the greatest places, well it stinks a bit but thatīs okay. The rest makes up for it. The people here are just so friendly and helpful itīs amazing. Lots of things to see, smell, taste, itīs just endless.
Also Sicilian people really know how live should be lived, relax take it easy what isnīt done today will be done tomorrow. The less enjoyable part of the day was the arrival as I first nicely enough got the train from Isola delle Femmine for ...
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