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Travel Blogs from Cefalu
... and watching soccer with the Italians in Piazza Navona. His favorite foods were crepes, fries, and bread with olive oil, parmesan & pepper.
Alex: Paris, Sistine Chapel, Trevi Fountain, Notre Dame, the Louvre, Stromboli volcano excursion, Champs Elysee, Cefalu Duomo. His favorites foods were: gelato, bread, lattes and french fries everywhere.
Lisa loved traveling with the Ferko Family and ...
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 Hercules on top.
Today, we enjoyed the pool and beach. At dinner time we went into Cefalu to have dinner by the ...
Today we were sad to say good by to beautiful Taormina and the Hotel Belvedere. Per usual, us Chicago Three missed some details along the way and were nervous when we saw all these chauffer cars packing up our bags and group ... we thought we would be making the two hour drive to Cefalu cramped in these cars! We got especially nervous when the driver asked us where we were going! But much to our relief, these cars just took us a little ...
After peeking into more alley ways, I'm back near the cathedral for a pistachio gelato.
On my journey back to the hotel, I stumble on the locals enjoying the passeggiata (evening stroll). Finding a bench, I engage in people watching, feeling somewhat envious of this cultural activity.
Dinner is at a restaurant close to the hotel and consists of an orange, onion, olive and anchovy salad and Quattro formaggio pizza.
... s interesting to me is that I keep comparing the new cities I visit to places I have been. It's almost as if I can no longer experience a place for the first time without a preconceived notion of what it will be like based on somewhere else I have travelled to. I guess it's not a bad thing, but just strange I think. I will say that I am a traveller at heart because I yearn to see places I have never been, even while in the middle ...