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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is doing more then 7 knots and help to reduce the pitch and roll of the ship. When the ship slows below 7 knots they retract automatically to avoid being damaged in port. And some not so good questions: Q - how come people get left behind at the ports? A - it is the guest's responsibility to be back on board at the correct time, the ship will not wait for you but the shore agent will be informed and assist people to re-board at the next port. I ...
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I have not been in Athens but the Valley of the Temples of Agrigento must be quite close if not better. You can easily spend half a day in the place although we had to rush as the weather was not nice. In fact it was the nicest weather we were going to have all day. Today we didn't drive; we sailed with our car to Palermo across muddy waters in the middle of a tropical storm.
There is so much to see in Palermo and ...
... traffic congestion builds more, and horns are honking furiously, and my bus driver was hurling abuse to anyone who would listen. Palermo has certainly been an adventure - not at all calm and relaxing, but very high in raw energy, dust and grime, and hidden masterpieces of art - unlikely but completely satisfying fusions of Norman, Byzantine, Arab, and even Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture. Tomorrow I'm off to Agrigento, if I can make it safely back across that road to the ...
After exploring the city of Rome, my family and I took a flight to Sicily, Italy. We arrived to Palermo, Sicily and went right away to the Posta Hotel to leave our luggage and go explore Sicily. In our first day in Palermo, we went to visit the Caccamo Castle which is a magnificent castle. We also visited La Martorana Chapel that has impressive designs inside of it. The next ...
... to be a derivative from the Greek "Kaphale" or head) was settled by the Greeks, Romans, Byzantines and Arabs. During the Byzantine era the settlement of Cefalu was moved from the Conca D'Ora Plain to the current coastal headland spur. In 858 AD and after a long siege, it was conquered by the Arabs and for the following centuries was part of the Emirate of Sicily.
In 1063, the Normans captured the township and transferred it to the foot ...