Student'S Hostel San Saverio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today we are in Palermo, we docked about 10 am and we went off at noon for a drive around the city. Palermo is the 5th largest city in Italy with a population of about 1 million. We drove around looking at the notable buildings and then went to Mt.Pellegrino. Although it was a Sunday there was still a lot of traffic and there must have been a motorcycle rally on the mountains as there must have been about two hundred bikes coming towards us. The narrow ...
A sharp get away at 4am but no winds so we arrive about 6pm. A very industrial port with cruise liners streaming in and a working marina. We managed to fuel up and then found a berth on a family run pontoon near the old town of Cala. We wandered out for a pizza and then crashed for well overdue sleep. Having planned to stay here for a few days we checked the weather again and see that we can hop along to Trapini on the west ...
We went down for the breakfast buffet around 8:30. It was a beautiful spread of food like we haven't seen yet. There was every kind of fruit, veggies, smoked salmon, many breads, cheeses, and meats. I can't even mention all the food they served. It was VERY nice.
We left our hotel around 9:15 to catch a local bus up to the Monreale Cathedral. We bought local bus tickets and waited well over an hour but the ...
... We weren't impressed; the pasta was cooked perfectly but pretty tasteless and the mussels were tiny. The pizza came and was almost burnt on the bottom. So, we weren't enamored with the meal this evening. Our last course was a whole stuffed baby squid. The squid was chewy, but the flavor was very nice. We walked home, a little disappointed but sated. It was probably the worst meal we have had here and it wasn't ...
... been some good performances. Some of the entertainment this night jogged the memory of some of the former nights down at the Covent Garden Theatre. Seems Samurai wasn’t the last show after all.
A great day out and a pizza to remember. (The Shiraz was really good too).
Cook may have discovered Australia, Columbus America, but I am your ‘best pizza in the world discoverer’,
Mace Pizza-raz (That’s a Pizza and Shiraz ...