Acacia Resort Parco dei Leoni
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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 ...
... and there was another wedding taking place so we didn't stay long. It was a pretty little church. We also saw the Medieval lavatorio where the women washed clothes.
We got to the restaurant right on time. Eldon did the buffet of just roasted vegetables. They were delicious. But, we first started with the calamari and, of course, pizza. The white wine this evening was particularly good as was the ...
... Palace to view it but we opted out. We have seen many, many palaces in our travels. Instead, we went to the church St. John's of the Hermits. This is one of the most outstanding medieval buildings in Palermo. The church itself was built between 1130 adn 1148. It is standing on the site of a pre-existing underground natural spring and cave. Originally this church had been a pagan building. Then in 581, it became ...
... a treat. We took our luggage to our room and set out to explore Palermo. It looks different than mainland Italy. It looks older and very disorganized. Eldon can hardly wait to drive out of this town. There are many mopeds, and everyone seems to have the right of way. This is a town of 1 million people in a very small and congested area.
We walked down to the marina hoping to find a little ...