B&B La Casa di Ettore
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Travel Blogs from Palermo
... moment - we went touring the city. Of course, it was getting late, things were beginning to close up for the evening, and we were seriously preoccupied with our current situation, so it's easy to say we were slightly unimpressed by the grand cathedrals or the multi-cultural architecture.
The turning point of the day came when we decided to duck into the tourist information bureau, to get some ...
... market 4 fish etc. Find marvels as we walk. Churches, fountains, statues n monuments.
Lunch in local - go here 4 pizza, here 4 other dishes n here 4 drinks - only the italians can make it so complicated!
The church/duomo/palace is amazing u r astounded by Catholicism.
The mosaics, n opulence r amazing.
Full day of churches n markets n palaces.
Today we caught the train to Cefalu' a smallish seaside village I ...
... with curious Mandarin sound effects that I found quite weird. My palms rested above her tiny waist and just as I was sliding them up her petite frame the door opened and Tommaso entered.
“Mama Mia, what is this!” he exclaimed with a bewildered, jackass grin as a very embarrassed Wendy withdrew from me and slinked to her bed.
“Wendy was uncertain if men found her attractive because she feels she isn’t slim enough” I said, ...
... talented boy shouldn’t be in the hospitality business.
Dinner was pistachio gelato with pistachio nuts and chocolate sauce stuffed in a cream topped crepe at a small establishment serving late night stragglers, 6 Euros of decadence. My first Sicilian sleep followed presently.
I awoke a little after 6 the next morning with an irresistible urge to write. For the next four hours as the sun steadily rose out of the azure Ionian Sea, I worked on ...
... lend a sense of perspective and reference. Slip into that slice of time when the city was abuzz with residents, not tourists, and imagine yourself as one of them as you walk by Apollo’s temple, past the Forums and through the wealthy residential quarters. Hopefully you wouldn’t have collapsed in the merciless sun or been trampled upon by a tour group before you had enough of Pompeii yourself.
Two vesuvies (selfies with Vesuvius in the background) and ...