BnB Capogallo

Via Gallo 38 P, Palermo, Sicily, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Partanna area of Palermo, is near La Cuba, Shrine of Santa Rosalia, Museo Etnografico Pitre, and Bowling and Games.
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    Travel Blogs from Palermo

    Palermo Street Food Tour

    A travel blog entry by elaineandtom on Jul 18, 2014

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    Today was a day to do some sightseeing around Palermo, so we decided to do the city bus tour where we could hop on or off at any time. We got to see and hear about different parts of the city without driving ourselves. We did a tour of the Teatro Massimo, Palermo's opera house. Unfortunately, there were no performances scheduled for the time we were visiting. The theater is famous for being used in Godfather 3. We were taken into ...

    Cooking with the Duchess

    A travel blog entry by elaineandtom on Jul 17, 2014

    37 photos

    ... class. We also made swordfish rolls. These are very popular in Sicily and we saw them throughout the markets. The recipe says to ask your fishmonger to slice the swordfish as thin as possible. Don't think this is happening in Asheville! (Notice the picture of the swordfish being sliced. ) The bell pepper, caper and black olive salad was good. We baked the peppers in a very hot oven until they were blackened on all sides and then covered them with plastic wrap to make moisture. ...

    Great day in Sicily

    A travel blog entry by elaineandtom on Jul 16, 2014

    19 photos

    ... started in 424 BC, but was never finished. We also hiked to the top of the hill to a Greek Theater for a terrific view of the hillside and the sea. After Segsta we headed to Marsala. Tom had found a winery that made marsala wine, which is a sweet desert wine. In the U.S, we mostly use one variety of it for cooking, but there are some very good drinking wines as well. We had a tour and then a tasting. We continued on to Trapani, a busy port ...

    Palermo - Special Place in Sicily

    A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe on Jun 22, 2014

    46 photos

    ... his Vespa. I loved the ride!!!

    Palermo Centre Pepe gave me a map and showed me what I could visit for the afternoon. It wasn't much fun walking under the scorching summer heat in Palermo. I started at the Massimo Theatre. After going to Quatro Canti (four corners), the grand Fontana Pretoria, and the Norman Church of San Cataldo built in 12th century, I took a break for lunch at the rough neighborhood of Ballaro. The streets were ...

    The Corleone of the anti-mafia

    A travel blog entry by pao.pao on Jun 06, 2014

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    ... years before. However, the found remains in the burial site of Verro in Corleone, and still today we do not know whose remains are those.

    When Mussolini understood that the mafia is strong and active in Sicily, he sent the magistrate Mori to contrast it: Mori was able to arrest many laborers of the mafia, but not the actual bosses. Among the people that Mori arrested there was Carmelo Rizzotto, the father of Placido Rizzotto. Placido is then forced to leave school and begin ...