Student'S Hostel San Saverio
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... 160; Next stop was the Cattedrale, a very ornate cathedral with a hybrid of design elements. We then attempted to visit the Palazzo dei Normanni, but it seemed completely inaccessible; we could not find a way in. On our first trip through the park next to the Palazzo – Piazza Indipendenza– we saw chairs tied to trees with ropes, or with chains and bicycle locks. Retracing our steps we discovered the reason: four groups of ...
... was complete and we left the shop 340 euros poorer! We headed back o our B&B and picked up our luggage, said our goodbyes to our fantastic host Luigi and the Australian Dave and headed into town in search of a typical Sicilian meal. After a bit of looking we found a Trattoria with a set menu I was keen on, consisting of pasta with sardines, stuffed calamari beer coffe and sweets! Raelene was not keen to try so opted for the good old Spag Bol. The stuffed squid came out and ...
... bit of alcohol at lunch.
Upon arrival back at Silver Spirit, there was time to toss in a load of laundry before heading up to the Panorama Lounge for our now traditional 4:45 Team Trivia completion where we improved our position from earlier matches to place second. Our team consists of Joe, the English professor; Bob, the retired HMO creator; John and Irene, a wonderful British couple from Windsor, England and the two of us.
... of Baroque, the confectionary that is San Giuseppe dei Teatini. Whatever space inside could be adorned by cherubs, bouquets and curls is done so doubly. It's an acquired taste.
At night Palermo is a grid of thoroughfares with closed shops and few pedestrians, a network of dimly lit and disquieting streets, littered and somewhat sinister to the visitor. With a good map, it's worth seeking ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking