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Travel Blogs from Palermo

Last Day At Sea

A travel blog entry by hlavine

... contest • destinations talk •Brasserie lunch with made to order salads •purchase extremely overpriced nail polish • manicures of ourselves on the windy upper deck •sunbathe on the less windy lower deck •5pm stretch and relax class in gym .walk the ship's perimeter on deck 5 •work out some more then hot ...

Agrigento to Palermo

A travel blog entry by cwbluey

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... day tools! We arrived back at the hotel about 6.30pm and had to get ready for dinner by 7.30pm. My hair has not been doing the right thing since having it cut in Florence so one of the ladies on the tour named Rosemary offered to do it for me with her hair straightener and it looked so much better. We walked to the restaurant and had a lovely time full of laughter with everyone. The meal was fantastic. We had a zucchini & potato ...

Last day in Sicily

A travel blog entry by cflove

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... all marble basins, nymphs, gods and sea monsters it was created by the Florentine sculptor Francesco Camilliani in 1554 it's amazing how used to amazing things one can become, the fountain was a massive work but is deminished when there is so much else to see. I very much enjoyed just walking through the city there are beautiful buildings every where, there are city gates, dozens of churches.

Lastly we went to see the Royal apartments, Sala di Ruggero, which ...

Sicily at it's best (8370km)

A travel blog entry by cflove

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... towards Palermo. The countryside was really very nice, a bit brown already and I guess going to get even drier but nonetheless very pretty. We had a picnic in the woods and slowly wondered through the hills past the (in)famous village of Corleone (Godfather claim) and before reaching Palermo called in at Montreale, which is really now a suburb of Palermo. It's famous for ...

Palermo - Special Place in Sicily

A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe

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... Nice to see chivalry still alive. The parents were in the middle of preparing lunch when we arrived. It was very interesting to see them prepare the meal, especially to see how sardine was cooked, a local delicacy. There were appetisers, prima plati (first plate) of pasta and rice, secondi plati and finished off with cafe.

I felt lucky and privileged to be part of the day-to-day Palermo social life, made my travel all the more special. ...

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