Terrasini Sinorum Case Vacanza
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the cathedral in town, then onto a food market & then the Baroque church of Immacolata. Like Ciro said is starting to feel like an ABC tour (another bloody church). Had some pizza for lunch, back to the hotel for a siesta 31°, walked up town looked at the opera, went into the basilica again, walked some back street alleys & back to the main street. On Sundays the main street is shut to vehicles which allows the people to walk freely up the street ...
... blasts which have startled the birds and us, as they riquochet around the surrounding mountains. As I sign off now, there is wild drumming happening in the nearby streets. Obviously they are practising for tomorrow’s event. We hope it does not go on all night, like last night’s disco!
This will be enough for you all to read, if you have managed to stagger through this far. We hope this finds you in fine fettle. Love and hugs to our children, grandies and friends. C ...
... the wheelchair again. Got to the business class lounge which was amalgamated with others due to the airport fire and I went to the toilet and Neil got me a glass of water so I could take my neurofen, and as soon as I took those they announced boarding to the aircraft. So after walking a bit onto a coach and then off to the plane. Had to climb the stairs, but was so relieved to be put in my business ...
... the passenger assist area is.
Onto Palermo to pick up the local guide, the rubbish on the way into Palermo on the side of the motorway was not impressive, the people obviously don't care for their city.
After the tour of the city, we were dropped off to have lunch. By this time it was raining, so Helen, Neil and I dashed across the square to have lunch in a nice looking restaurant that Gilberto had pointed out. They had a pond full of turtles ...
... t see how scary it was! While I was very sad, Mum and Dad had a very valid point. A cable car ride would have been futile today. We all had to laugh as we set off on foot over the bumpy, bumpy streets. It was wet and cold and we really couldn’t see more than a few metres in front of us. A postcard was as close as we were going to get in appreciating those spectacular views that everyone raved about!
Of course, we didn't leave ...