Hotel Clelia

Address: Via Sindaco I 29, Ustica, Sicily, 90010, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Downtown/Wilshire area of Ustica, is near Ustica, Villa Palagonia (Bagheria), and Duca di Salaparuta.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Clelia Ustica

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A travel blog entry by reminiscen600 on Jan 08, 15

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Last day in Palermo

A travel blog entry by nvs on Jan 07, 2015

1 comment, 21 photos

... as we all do. I guess it could be said it is kind of grotesque but for me it was very interesting as well. Next was a place called Monreale, or Royal Mount(ain). It is a mount at the back of Palermo on which stands a cathedral built by William 2 of Sicily. He was a good king who gave back to the people and was appreciated and loved by all. He still is today. Sicily was captured from the (Saracens, Mores, Arabs, Muslims, - the words are interchangeable because of their ...

Trapessing Palermo

A travel blog entry by nvs on Jan 06, 2015

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... the natural morphology of the terrain giving it an air thus creating a more natural garden (hence the name English Garden). To make the atmosphere even more impressive were inserted plants from around the world to make the environment more exotic always according to the dictates of fashion at that time, when the great European powers expanded their empires to unknown lands of ' Africa and of ' Asia . (No pics) The above is just a smattering of what we saw and you would be ...

Cathedral of Monreale

A travel blog entry by lbreault on Jan 04, 2015

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... the cathedral to the Virgin Mary. Monreale was the center of the Mediterranean in the 12 century. Monreale Cathedral is a collaboration of different cultures and represents tolerance of different cultures. For example, the church was crafted by Arabic, Byzantine, and Norman men. Therefore, there are culturally significant religious symbols that reflect ...