Hotel Cala Rossa
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... mosaic then around the main nave is the old testament, the outer has the new testament & along the eves has info about Jesus, there is 24th ct gold in all the ceramics.
Sicily has a symbol of a head surrounded by 3 legs, the goddess Medusa in the centre (snake for hair, look into her eyes & you turn to stone) the 3 legs go counter clockwise as a symbol of expansion, infinity.
The patron saint of Palermo is St Rosalia (birthday ...
We have loved the mountain areas, and found camping two thirds up Mt Etna, on the edge of the lava field very exhilarating. The volcano was still puffing away above us, although the last major lava flow was in 2005. Our favourite place on Sicily has been Madonie Mountains National Park. We were able to camp for five nights at Piano Battaglia, a small winter ski area, with a sprinkling of empty chalets, dotted around. We camped in a stony meadow type plateau, high in ...
... and welcomed with a champagne. We were definitely on our way home, only Singapore to deal with.
Had a lovely flight with champers and nice meals, and a sleep of about 6.5 hours which I was a bit surprised about.
Got to Singapore and was taken off by wheelchair and it was a godsend, because the lady who was wheeling me took us to the next terminal to catch our next flight. It must ...
... the middle of the room.
After lunch Helen went off to see where her b and b was, and Neil and I went to the pharmacia to get some Nurofen for me.
Onto the coach again and up to a Duomo at Monreale. Neil and I weren't too keen (ABC) we got a taxi from the coach park up to the Duomo and then had to waste about half an hour before going in. I had an audio guide, Neil didn't bother. However, when we got inside this place it was quite fantastic, ...
... see more than a few metres in front of us. We began to climb and we assumed that we would park at the cable car station. Backwards and forwards we went. Zero visibility. Finally, we arrived at the car park. We bundled up in our wet weather gear and headed to the cable car station. To our surprise, we were already at the top cable car station and not at the bottom! The road up wasn’t even that bad, perhaps the zero visibility helped as we ...