Al Porticciolo Hotel
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... Via Amari by the posh restaurants until the harbour, I turned right and followed the main road south to the marina and Castello a Mare. The maze of streets behind the marina - Palermo’s principal nightlife venue- was milling with well dressed young people, solicited by the succession of bars and restaurants with live music and giant teles screening the football. I stopped for drinks (diet cola) and dinner (antipasti and cheese platter) at one of the establishments showing the ...
... where we staying, as with our trip you never know what's going to happen next as we arrive at the station next to a bus that says Rome Airport express 4 Euro. We were on it like a flash enjoying a very comfortable trip to the airport. As I said you never know what's going to happen next, while checking in at the airport on our low cost airline - Vueling it was decided that l could not fly with them as my booking said Ken and my passport said Kenneth, ...
... many of them belonging to organized tour groups, not know about on-line ticket reservations? And if they did, wouldn't we all then be in the same boat? Another one of life's little mysteries.
Anyway, while St. Peter's Basilica is one of Rome's must-see locales, the Vatican Museum should only be visited by die-hard Christians and those who enjoy being squashed together until it hurts. Even though Elenka and I were one of the first two in, the grind ...
... nine hours dragged on and the kids sitting in front of us kept ******** themelves. Je'maine watched Silver linings playbook, and she was not impressed at all.
Once we arrived in London we caught the train to the terminal we needed to be at to get to Rome, Je'maine realized she had lost our luggage receipt, typical Je'maine. Without it we were screwed, no baggage ticket = no baggage. Mum was having a panic ...
... English. It was a very relaxed and nice wedding! After the food we all went outside dancing - first to Lebanese/Arabic music and after to much 50s songs (Elvis etc). I got to dance with a salsa-teacher who was very patient and encouraging :-) By midnight the party was over and my feet were aching ;-) We went back to the hotel and had a drink in the hotelbar before we were fast asleep ...