Al Giardino dell'Alloro
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... the room we walked to the main square to have our breakfast, the B&B gave us a card, which entitled us to a coffee and brioche each. We ate our breakfast looking out at the water fountain, which was a very nice way to start the day. It was not looking the best weather so we got on our bikes and made our way quickly to Agrigento. We passed lots of eucalypt trees that reminded us a lot of home and surprised us there were so many along the road in Sicily. The wind started to pick ...
... Lucas (Google him) is the star of Little Britain, an outrageous British television series, and a friend of Gloria’s. Matt is the one who got me in to quickly see a doctor on our last trip to London when I was hospitalized. Thanks, Matt. James is the former owner of a chain of movie theaters in Australia.
The coach ride back to Palermo took about an hour and we were drowsy as, did I forget to mention the wine? We consumed ...
... 30 minutes. That's about how long we were lost.
Across the street from the car rental place, as we just started lugging our bags toward our first sight-seeing location, Ann spotted an Indian restaurant. We tried it out and it was SO good. We had plenty of food, the people were so very nice and happy to serve us their cuisine. It was just what we needed. We left them a good tip and the man (the owner?) was very grateful.
We don't dislike Italy. Most everyone we've spoken ...
... of Baroque, the confectionary that is San Giuseppe dei Teatini. Whatever space inside could be adorned by cherubs, bouquets and curls is done so doubly. It's an acquired taste.
At night Palermo is a grid of thoroughfares with closed shops and few pedestrians, a network of dimly lit and disquieting streets, littered and somewhat sinister to the visitor. With a good map, it's worth seeking ...
... Taxis are doing great business. We end up getting a lift back all the way from Cefalý as the train remains static.
1/10/12 After yesterday's drama with the train, we choose to stay closer to base and wander up the road past the fields of brassicas. Farmers are spraying.
Fabrizio and Maria invite us to join them for a light lunch ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed