Travel Blogs from Palermo, Italy

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Bubaluci e mozzarella, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Bubaluci e mozzarella

A travel blog entry by nats_adventure

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... im goung to someones wedding (lol!) with angela alessandro ricardo and gioacchino. Then im sleeping here then friday we r going into palermo with ricardo and gioacchino (on motor bike?) then on the weekend we are going beach with marianna and ricardo and ...

Palermo, way to many churches for Mike's taste ..., Palermo, Italy travel blog

Palermo, way to many churches for Mike's taste ...

A travel blog entry by mike-christelle

... EEC is showering money on the island cultural treasures, they are catching up on everything at once. Practically 1/3 of historic Palermo is under tarp, another third is crumbling away, ferns and trees growing from Palaces balconies and Palermitans are ...

Palermo... do yourself a favour and visit, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Palermo... do yourself a favour and visit

A travel blog entry by richlum

... id=613699523&l=d52f5cf9ba Got to Palermo real early in the morning so left bags at Ai Quattro Canti hostel and wandered around Palermo. Saw some cool local markets with more varieties of olives than I'd ever seen and home jarred anchovies. Went to Bar ...

Mangia, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Mangia

A travel blog entry by annamarie16

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Mangia. :) I wish I could explain to you all how many times I have heard "mangia." I am in Palermo, Sicily visiting family. I would go on to explain how I am related to them, but it gets a little complicated...just know that I'm in Italy where everyone is ...

Cappell Patatina, Monreale, Cathedral, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Cappell Patatina, Monreale, Cathedral

A travel blog entry by debjo

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... busy street. On our own for dinner we headed down to Café Royal where we'd had a nice dinner another night in Palermo. It was another wonderfully relaxed meal of spaghetti carbonera (I'm really liking this!) Then a taxi back to our hotel. ...

Mafia Country?, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Mafia Country?

A travel blog entry by dinoshona

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... have dirty smelly alley ways and grand old palaces, with there scars still evident from the bombings in WWII. Palermo is also home to the largest Opera house in Italy and third largest in Europe. The city has a raw energy that captures you the minute you ...

Palermo, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Palermo

A travel blog entry by pugsly2002

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Today i arrived in Sicily. Again, I arrived with no lodging arranged. fortunately I got a flier from a guy outside the train station for a hostel that was 20 (Euro) a night. I got here and its a univeristy dorm hall that they open up during the summer ...

Reaching Sicily, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Reaching Sicily

A travel blog entry by dreamchaser

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After being returned from Egypt I immediately booked my train ticket to Palermo. Since everyone in Italy is going on holiday this time it was really hard to get a trein ticket and I had to go 19,5 hours by train to arrive in Sicily. But finally I arrived ...

Rainy day in Palermo, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Rainy day in Palermo

A travel blog entry by rbartorillo

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... we took a walk on the beach, has a mini pizzette and gellato, so good.. Then back on the bus to shower and head to the Palermo Soccer game.. When we returned to The Micciche casa, we were greeted with a pasta and salad lunch.. Then we were off to the ...

Palermo, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Palermo

A travel blog entry by doodlebugs

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... where I had to wait in line for half an hour and run back to the ship. We made it with a few minutes to spare. Palermo (Kim) We caught the night train from Rome around 8PM. Our ride would take us 12 hours. This was more than plenty of ...

Palermo, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Palermo

A travel blog entry by dgreen78

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Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Christians, Shepherds,, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Christians, Shepherds,

A travel blog entry by dawn.meiklejohn

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Headed north through Sicily to Palermo via Segesta and visited more mountain top ruins of one of the best preserved Temples. From there we went 2 km uphill to the theater and castle remains. Perched on that mountaintop first lived the Greeks in 600 ...

Caotic Palermo, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Caotic Palermo

A travel blog entry by lisandroni

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Que ciudad mas enquilombada! Aca estan todos, mafia, los que manejan mal, los mugrientos, los que no quieren trabajar etc. Nada que ver con el resto de ...

Palermo, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Palermo

A travel blog entry by lukeandbelinda

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... the people were very helpful, although the one thing we struggled with was the road laws, or lack of.  A pedestrian crossing in Palermo doesn’t mean you can just walk when the little green man says so, it means cross at your own risk with cars ...

Cefalu--13 and 14 jan walking up in town ..., Cefalu and Palermo, Italy travel blog

Cefalu--13 and 14 jan walking up in town ...

A travel blog entry by eurocarpenters

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... '. We'd suddenly have plenty of oil reserves and there would be some mighty quick development of economical gas engines. But I digress. Palermo, as we have read, is quite an old city with roots going back 3,000 years. All of the Mediterranean cultures ...

Island Sun, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Island Sun

A travel blog entry by dawn.meiklejohn

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... The bronze door has 42 Biblical scenes. We shared caprese and stuffed meat balls (tasted like pork sausage) a Monreale specialty. Palermo food markets definitely have an Arabian feel. Breakfast was fresh squeezed blood red orange juice and fried rice ...

SICILY, Santo Stefano, Cefalu, Palermo, Italy travel blog

SICILY

A travel blog entry by joann.hill12

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... we visited nearby coastal town Cefalu with Fina, Enzo, Jean Carla, and Augostino, and on the last day of our trip, we went to Palermo to stay with my cousin Arcangelita prior to our return flight home. We ate so incredibly well on this trip. On my mom's ...

A day in Palermo, Palermo, Italy travel blog

A day in Palermo

A travel blog entry by rbartorillo

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Got up and went for a walk around Palermo (4.53 miles).  A bit different from home... We only saw 1 or two larger grocery stores.  There are many small fruit and vegtable shops and butchers.  Here people will shop at several specialty ...

Checking out some free sights with the locals!!, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Checking out some free sights with the locals!!

A travel blog entry by rbartorillo

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... today). We couldn't believe the street vendors out so early, selling things from fresh seafood, pastries, fruit, and of course the Palermo Soccer items. We were only about 2 blocks from the house when we notice the sky getting dark and then the lightening ...

Returning from Favignana, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Returning from Favignana

A travel blog entry by dreamchaser

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In the morning we visited the grottoes of Favignana by boat - but the weather became really bad by the time. After that we walked around the village until we took the boat back to Trapani and from there back to Palermo by ...

Back to Palermo, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Back to Palermo

A travel blog entry by dreamchaser

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After enjoying the sea near the lighthouse for the last days, where we also met the brasilian band, we finally got a bit tanned - and after the last bath in the morning we returned in the late afternoon to ...

Mondello, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Mondello

A travel blog entry by dreamchaser

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This day we spent at the beach La Torre, before I had to go back to Bologna in the ...

Catania to Palermo, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Catania to Palermo

A travel blog entry by supersazza

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... somehow managed to get glass stuck in my foot.  As a walking hazard, decided I would be safer to see the sights on Palermo from the sightseeing bus.... only for this to breakdown. Saturday I took a slow train to visit Cefalu for the day (only for ...

Family politics, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Family politics

A travel blog entry by nats_adventure

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... this happend the day before. Because the next day i went with alessandro angela gioacchino and ricardo to a wedding. It was in palermo in an amazing church. The church had the most funky over-the-top art inside. Afterwards we went to a restaurant that ...

Heading to Monreale, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Heading to Monreale

A travel blog entry by apeoffools

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Viva Santa Rosalia, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Viva Santa Rosalia

A travel blog entry by walrathsneurope

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... bright and early 830.  Our new friends were gonna take us to a different beach for the day that was about 40 mins from Palermo...and would have been difficult if not impossible to get to by bus.  We all hung out at the beach all day...the water ...

the catacombs, Palermo, Italy travel blog

the catacombs

A travel blog entry by bogna

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... amongs all photogs lol :). Thus, I get to see more and I truly enjoy it, even tho it`s tiring sometimes.The other time in Palermo I met up with Sicilian guys from the couch surfing. They gave me a tour around the town, which was very enjoyable. This time ...

Buon Giorno Palermo!, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Buon Giorno Palermo!

A travel blog entry by willietanner

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This morning we said goodbye to Rinella and Salina with a tear in our eyes and boarded the 8:20 hydrofoil to Palermo. The 3 1/2 hour hydrofoil ride to Palermo was rocky and offered some up-close views of some of the islands that had been dotting our ...

getting to know the Sicilian (CouchSurfing) mafia, Palermo, Italy travel blog

getting to know the Sicilian (CouchSurfing) mafia

A travel blog entry by bogna

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... stanie odplacic za czyjas przysluge, przyjmujac innych couchsurfing`owcow u siebie, w twoim miejscu zamieszkania. P.S. Wiecej zdjec z Palermo zamieszcze wkrotce. ENGLISH: I love CouchSurfing.com Wherever in the world you are and you need ...

Palermo: Not an oasis in the sun, Palermo, Italy travel blog

Palermo: Not an oasis in the sun

A travel blog entry by rbruce

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... the delightful tune we created and sung to each other to dull the pain of Sicily's cold, windy, heartless interior, the beach-fronting city of Palermo is NOT an oasis in the sun. Not for the 2 days we've spent here anyway. We did manage to sneak into an ...

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