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Travel Blogs from Cefalu
Set along the Tyrrhenian coast, Cefalu is a former fishing village and is now a beach town.
Duomo-this Norman Cathedral opens up to the center of town. Inside the cathedral you find stunning Mosaics completed in 1148.
La Rocca- in Cefalu's heyday, this was the site of the acropolis of Cephaloedium, with a temple dedicated to …
Today, we all visited two of the seven volcanic aeolian islands.
Lipari: it is the largest of the Aeolian Islands and the city is dominated by a large castle and archaeological sites.
Vulcano: thought to be the home of Vulcan, the god of fire, and the gateway to Hades. It smells like sulfur, contains thermal baths, and has some of …
Yesterday, we rested and spent the day at the pool. Our only photo to share is my surprise fried shrimp dinner. Tyler said..."my mom looked liked she was going to cry when the waiter put the plate down and she had to peel the shrimp". Matt and Lisa have been trying tiramisu every night in Italy and have yet to find one that rivals the one we had at …
This is our last entry and our last day in Cefalu.
Yesterday, the boys and I explored Cefalu after a day at the pool.
Happy 4th of July and Happy Birthday Alex! Today, we will celebrate Alex's 14th birthday at the pool and then will pack for our 2 day trip home.
The boy's trip favorites:
Tyler: Rome, crepes by the …
... most amazing gelato of our trip - I think I got vanilla and a chocolate fudge flavor this time - and we sat outside and watched the goings on of Cefalu as we enjoyed our gelato.
We made the long hike back to Hotel Tourist and got ready for the dinner they were preparing for us of typical Sicilian food. I'm going to keep this brief, but this was by far the worst meal of the trip, and potentially the worst meal of my life, ...