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This was our last day of the trip and our last time with the group. We were a little nervous going into this day, because we knew it was going to be a tight schedule, and the way the trip had gone, the days typically didn't stick directly on schedule. Us Chicago girls had to be on a train from Cefalu to Palermo in the evening since we had an …
Taormina is Sicily's best known resort. Hill village charm with vistas of two bays. Our arrival in February was off season so no crowds of tourists. Driving was still a challenge with typical narrow streets and an over abundance of cars. the winding mountain roads added another challenge both for driver and passengers. Our apartment gave us an opportunity to experience Italian cuisine Koran style. Great cooks and wine made for enjoyable meals. Breakfast on ...
... walking on a glass pathway that is up off the actual ground (in order to preserve it). On nearly every inch of the walls are semi-preseved bodies. Some are hanging up like a picture frame, some lying down on an elevated sort-of bed. There was a section of monks, wives, and so on. It's pretty easy to desensitize something like that if you just think of it like a movie. Nothing smelled dead and it didn't look like anything would jump out at you so I was ...
... and exciting. To be so young and have opportunities to travel around Europe is a blessing that is hard to take for granted.
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It's 6:45 pm here which means it's 11:45 am in Kansas and 9:45 am in California. I'm calling it an early night.
I arrived from the train around 2 (merely guessing it was my ...
... sugary convention), then wear a dirty big fake wedding ring with a ridiculously big diamond. Unfortunately, the Ralph Lauren purple turtleneck wearing gentleman who was sitting opposite however must have been immune to such ingenious schemes, slimy inviting me to stay at his beach front apartment. Never had there been a better time to step it up and drop the "cinque bambino" bomb, only to see him duck and desperately run for cover, back ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
Historical Traveler Reviews Ambasciatori Hotel Palermo
Very unprofessional management
We really wanted to stay at the Ambasciatori hotel, however, it wasn't meant to be. Anyone planning to book a room at this hotel, I stronlgy advise you to use the internet booking services. I tried to go through personal contact via email and phoning the manager, since the rates are better if you book directly, but in the end was so annoyed by the unprofessional way my enquiries and attempts at booking were handled that I gave up. My emails weren't answered, confirmation about faxing through a booking form took ages and was only provided after a couple of (again unanswered) emails and then phone calls, the manager was rude on the phone and very impatient. I'm sure it's a nice hotel, but the management leaves a lot to ask for!
Best Hotel I've Had In Europe!
For 78 Euro a night, we got a room with 12ft. celings (easily) a huge bed, huge room, huge bathroom - the entire place looked as if it had been redone the day before we got there. The breakfast on the roof has the best view of Palermo I can even imagine. Fresh flowers abound. Reception was amazingly helpful - 18 Euro tickets to an opera! Everything was clean beyond compare - Our bathroom even had a heated towel rack! The a/c and heating system were fantastic. I would recommend this hotel above all. I would have paid twice what I did.
Well, weve just come back from the Hotel Ambasciatori - on Via Roma - booked on t'internet - beautiful roof terrace for breakfast - walking dist of Central Station and reasonably priced - lovely friendly staff . I cant belive they dont include pics of the views from the roof as its a real selling point . We got the aeroportu - Palermo bus rather than a taxi which cost 5 euros each pay the driver when you board and got off at the last stop - Central Station and walked the 200 metres back to the Hotel at no.111 via Roma .