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Travel Blogs from Palermo

Last Day At Sea

A travel blog entry by hlavine

Today, we knew we were going stir crazy and longing for the hectic pace of our lives at home when we scanned the cruise daily newsletter searching for activities to occupy every last hour of our day. Our agenda for the day looked like this: •late breakfast with made to order omelettes • Eternal Rome enrichment lecture • watch ...

Agrigento to Palermo

A travel blog entry by cwbluey

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... day tools! We arrived back at the hotel about 6.30pm and had to get ready for dinner by 7.30pm. My hair has not been doing the right thing since having it cut in Florence so one of the ladies on the tour named Rosemary offered to do it for me with her hair straightener and it looked so much better. We walked to the restaurant and had a lovely time full of laughter with everyone. The meal was fantastic. We had a zucchini & potato ...

Last day in Sicily

A travel blog entry by cflove

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... in the regional government building Palazzo dei Normanni. The best bit was the chapel, Cappella Patina which had wonderful mosaics similar to Monreale which we had seen the day before. There was the story of the creation and Noah's Ark and Cain and Able some of the others I could not recognise due to my lack of knowledge of the bible stories. Who was Rebecca? She seems to have made a journey on a camel through the desert I will look her up. The chapel had both Christian ...

Sicily at it's best (8370km)

A travel blog entry by cflove

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... before 9.00 when the sun was at least a little lower. In all ten temples are visible, most, perhaps not surprisingly, are just ruins with a few columns left. The Temple of Concord is very well preserved because it was converted to a church in the 4C AD. Many of the rest were raided for stone by the many peoples who lived there in the following years. Now the temples are ...

Palermo - Special Place in Sicily

A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe

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... at the top of Monte Pelligrino and therefore has stunning views of the city of Palermo and the sea.

Catacombs He said it's freaky, but given how crazy I am, Pepe said I should see it. I was enticed. The moment I got in, I felt the hair on my skin stand. Skeletons clothed in robes, some monks, some priests, some officials, others, civilians -- and all sorts of people of different ages -- all hung from the walls. It was eerie! I ...

 

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