Terrasini Sinorum Case Vacanza
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... to Mondello, which is a very pretty beach area. We laid in the sand a bit and walked around the beach. I bought a delicious pizza for very cheap. We went back and hung out at the hostel but there was no one there, which was disappointing. We went out and walked around the city, but it started pouring down rain. I got completely soaked even though I had an umbrella. The "rain jacket" I had was not actually rain proof, which was not good, a completely ...
... traffic congestion builds more, and horns are honking furiously, and my bus driver was hurling abuse to anyone who would listen. Palermo has certainly been an adventure - not at all calm and relaxing, but very high in raw energy, dust and grime, and hidden masterpieces of art - unlikely but completely satisfying fusions of Norman, Byzantine, Arab, and even Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture. Tomorrow I'm off to Agrigento, if I can make it safely back across that road to the ...
... carrying on for a while but eventually disappeared probably got off at the next stop. Along side us on the train was a couple with a little toddler. He was from Leeds and she was Polish. They were staying in Palermo and on their way to Cefalu for the day. Cefalu is where they all go to swim. It looks lovely from the train. We also met an Aussie couple from Melbourne who are touring around Sicily. The train takes a long time to ...
Today we found the markets. The food market is amazing but you don't have to do more than follow your nose as both ends sell fish. Some of the fruit and veg is interesting. The strawberries are the size of a small cherries tomato and the zucchini is about 1 mitre long. In the afternoon we visited the ...
Another blisteringly hot day in Palermo. We walked to the Cathedral which was opened today and went in for a look. Then we decided to take the air conditioned bus to Monreale. That was an experience. It was over full for part of the way with people still trying to get on with babies in strollers. You don't take the baby out here you just wheel the stroller on to the bus. Monreale has a square with a Basilica Cathedral and lots of narrow streets with shops. ...