Hotel Columbia Palermo
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... was especially special with warm sun and fantastic views. Magnolia had a chance to have a free day out of her "bucket" while Nathan, Chic, and Lucy drove to Mount Etna to view the volcano site. Phenomenal. One of the world's largest volcanoes. It last erupted in 2002 spewing lava as far as Catonia. There is a ski resort in the area that was totally destroyed in 2002 but has been rebuilt. This year there is literally no snow at the ski area so they have not ...
... out and I needed to change.
Putting on my new shoes, I began my journey to Catacombe Cappuccini. Now what is this, you ask? Welp, it is a place that holds all the self-embalmbed monks… Haha. Andrea, from ISA recommended it to me. He warned it was creepy… boy was he right. Luckily, you aren't allowed to take photos. (I wouldn't want to freak anyone out now.)
So more about this place: You walk down into this basement ...
... as if it were the only place serving meal for miles..). It was a bit comical I'm sure, to watch all us squeeze and shove our way around like we are so much better and more deserving of the slim space between bags and people… Then again, I am an American (who some consider from a small town), observing what is common play for the Italians.
The flight was short and smooth. Landing in Palermo I count help but echo the Australian children's (sitting behind ...
... underground pools where we can sit still. Those moments, those pages in a book we go back and forth over'.
Whether its an Ischian sunset, an humbling view of the snow capped Dolomites, a beautiful act of humanity or a red wine and laugh with a friend, these are the moments we can not forget nor erase, but give priority and pride of place on our shelf of memories and life lessons, so they too can be gone back and forth over. ...
... Cathedral with its magnificent mosaics.
Monreale a town in the province of Palermo, on the slope of Monte Caputo, overlooking the very fertile valley called "La Conca d'oro" (the Golden Shell), famed for its orange, olive and almond trees, the produce of which is exported in large quantities. The town has a population of approximately 30,000, and it is located 15 km south of Palermo.
The Cathedral of Monreale is one of the greatest examples of Norman architecture in ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet