Himera Polis Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... where does it come from? A - the ship uses about 950 cubic metres (250,963 gallons) per day, which is generated from seawater using 3 evaporators and a reverse osmosis unit. The hot water is heated with steam, which come from boilers using oil or exhaust gas. Q - how many stabilisers are there and how do they work? A - there is one pair towards the aft and they look like short stubby wings, 6m long and 2.77m wide. They work automatically when ...
... we met in Syracuse warned us we would need at least 2 days. We have tried to see as much as we could in the short period of time we are in this city but we had to go back to the hotel to change into dry clothes. We have got so wet and so fed up that we hardly wanted to go out again. But we couldn’t go to bed on an empty stomach and we have been in Italy for 72 hours and still not had pizza. The clock will still be running as we had dinner in a Japanese restaurant.
... of shops selling all sorts of expensive & no so expensive things. We walked all the way down the street to catch the view from the square. We walked to the Greek Amphitheatre which is amazing. They still use it for performances. After that we walked even further down to check out the bus station for tomorrow's tour to Mt Etna. We stopped half way back for dinner and then checked out the view at night from our room. What a ...
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 ...
... women brought their washing and served also as a public community site where women sat and talked - presumably when the washing was finished... Carmelo commented that it was not so long ago that the women of Cefalu used the site on a daily basis and it did have a certain atmosphere about it. Indeed, it was not at all difficult to hear the chatter of women, the beating of the wet washed clothes and the hustle and bustle of the local street ...