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Travel Blogs from Cefalu
This is our last entry and our last day in Cefalu.
Yesterday, the boys and I explored Cefalu after a day at the pool.
Happy 4th of July and Happy Birthday Alex! Today, we will celebrate Alex's 14th birthday at the pool and then will pack for our 2 day trip home.
The boy's trip favorites:
Tyler: Rome, crepes by the Eiffel tower, Rachel's birthday cake, hanging with Jared, shopping at ...
Set along the Tyrrhenian coast, Cefalu is a former fishing village and is now a beach town.
Duomo-this Norman Cathedral opens up to the center of town. Inside the cathedral you find stunning Mosaics completed in 1148.
La Rocca- in Cefalu's heyday, this was the site of the acropolis of Cephaloedium, with a temple dedicated to Hercules on top.
Today, we enjoyed the pool and beach. At dinner time we went into Cefalu to have dinner by the ...
... and started to walk toward the main part of Cefalu which was a little bit of a hike and we made the mistake of stopping at one of the first restaurants we saw. I had a pizza that was not so good (it had a hot dog octopus on top of it) and the girls ordered calzones. The food took forever and we ended up eating most everything because we were so hungry. We then continued to walk into the main part of the city which was so nice! ...
After peeking into more alley ways, I'm back near the cathedral for a pistachio gelato.
On my journey back to the hotel, I stumble on the locals enjoying the passeggiata (evening stroll). Finding a bench, I engage in people watching, feeling somewhat envious of this cultural activity.
Dinner is at a restaurant close to the hotel and consists of an orange, onion, olive and anchovy salad and Quattro formaggio pizza.
... a new place. I feel homesick for countries I have never seen and want nothing more than to pack up everything and go somewhere, it doesn't even matter where. I love the idea of living city to city, day by day, even if it scares me half to death at the same time.
Anyway, we are headed to Rome on a sleeper train tonight and I'm not sure if we'll have internet in our apartment again. Wish us luck on our travels, I think we'll need it!