Dracena

Mondello Iss467, y 90412, Palermo, Sicily, 90412, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the San Giorgio area of Palermo, is near Piazza Duomo, Etna Experience, Castello Ursino & Museo Civico, and Catania's Street Market.
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Travel Blogs from Palermo

Catania, Sicily

A travel blog entry by craigang58 on Sep 10, 2014

... juncture of three tectonic plates and suffers tectonic earthquakes and tidal waves. Also in the fullness of its long history, being at a strategic location in the Mediterranean, it's has been invaded and colonised by everyman and his dog, including the Normans, Romans, Spanish, Greeks and Arabs, and it's buildings reflect it. We don't know what Baroque is but we do like Baroque buildings with the detailed carved human and other figures on them. Sicily became part of ...

Sept. 6: Taormina Scicly

A travel blog entry by rknepper on Sep 06, 2014

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... Once on Milena, I went to the galley, and started to prepare dinner. Marina kindly got me a gin (Tanqueray now), and tonic fixings to share the kitchen with me. I thought... This is cool.... I will get the pasta in the oven, then sit and enjoy my cocktail. About 45 minutes later, with Marina's help... The casserole was ready for the oven. Within a hour, we were sitting topside, enjoying every morsel of comfort food.... I could not get the same kind of cheeses here, ...

Non-entry entry.

A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 13, 2014

... marble floors, giant marble pillars, gigantic domes, sculptures, statues, alters, underground crypts, you name it; it’s there in a super deluxe version.

If you’re detecting a bit of disinterest it’s because I’m preoccupied. It’s about a girl at my hostel in Taormina, Sicily. ...

Rome

A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 12, 2014

... place for Catholics after the site of Jesus’ birth in Nazareth. The forecourt of the Basilica is the sprawling, colonnaded Saint Peters Square, centred by an obelisk (which dates back to 13th century B.C. Egypt and transported to Rome in 37 A.D.!!), said to mark the spot where Saint Peter was martyred.

We reached the Vatican to find thousands in the Square attending Mass. It was a commemorative service to honour 200 years of the Carabinieri, ...

Marche, Venice and Rome.

A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 11, 2014

... men have gone on about its architecture and beauty so I needn’t do the same. It is all that they say it is, I promise.

During those 6 hours on foot, I explored most of the main island and excepting for taking in the galleries, museums and a gondola ride, I saw all of the sites on the tourist map. I was attempting a selfie on the ‘Bridge of Sighs’ when an old lady came up to me and asked, “Are you taking a bridgie?”

“A ...