Hotel Regina

Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 316, Palermo, Sicily, 90134, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Palermo

Starting out

A travel blog entry by ocohen


I love the beginning of a trip.

I love it before the chaos crystallizes into some sort of normalcy. I love noticing the things that will seem unremarkable injust a few days. How animated people's conversation is (why are they exaggerating their accents like that? And talking with their hands as if they were stereotypes of Italians!). The …

NO!!! Coulda been better

A travel blog entry by smashleylaw

Hotel was pretty good. No breakfast though. Palermo...wel, lots of protests, dirty and just another crazy busy city... but the catacombes are really cool. Don't bring the kids...dead bodies all over the walls, including those of children

Palermo - Little Italy

A travel blog entry by wktsorf


Palermo turned out to be that place you imagined Italy to be when you thought of it as a little kid. There were outdoor markets in the alleys and wash on the line behind every building and ornate, cathedralesque buildings on the main streets. We give Palermo a thumbs-up. After sleeping so poorly on the train, we wandered around Palermo for awhile …

Palermo tourist time

A travel blog entry by sam.tank


... to wander about in.

I walked around the "medeival quarter" and found myself in amongst many food markets, making me wish i could buy a load of fruit and veg to turn into a yummy dinner. after leisurly strolling around for a while I emerged onto a main road where an English couple asked me I'd they were going in the right direction for the station (they were not) they recommended that i should check out the cathedral, but warned me not to go into ...


A travel blog entry by joanna.rath

... the town. We were taken to see an old (medieval?) laundry that is feed by a natural spring.

This was a pretty town but very touristy - foreigners and Italians alike. I would not want to be here in the height of their summer. We spent 3 hours in Cefalu just wandering around on our own.

Free afternoon. As I didn't want to venture into any part of Palermo (other than the hotel), I spent the afternoon catching up ...

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This hotel, located on Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 316, Palermo, is near Ustica, Villa Palagonia (Bagheria), Solunto, and Villa Giulia.
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