Villa Esperia Palermo
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Up, had an awesome shower in our ensuite, meet everyone at 6.45 in the lobby, unloaded the ferry Italian style (piano, piano or slowly, slowly), passengers are not allowed in the car/bus until it is on land only the driver, so drives off, parks on the edge of the road & loads the passengers up, we then went to tonights hotel for breakfast.
Went down the main street, started with buildings in the 20th century, 19th etc to 8th ...
In the last two and half weeks, we have said goodbye to Greece, sailing from Patras to Bari, South Italy on an overnight ferry. We were able to camp on board with power plugged in, and the next morning saw us docking in Bari. It was a gentle way to travel, rocked to sleep in our snug, in the front of the van.
On board we met an intriguing French couple, who seem to have reinvented their careers several times. He was bodyguard to Bridgit Bardot, then helped her establish ...
... go all dressed up boys wouldn't have got in as besides a tie which they didn't have you needed a jacket as well. As we walked through the ship felt eyes upon us as not dressed up. Walked through the shops getting a raffle ticket & were there just as it was about to be drawn, everyone dressed to the nines with us 4 in casual, guess what Gail won the prize a ...
... It was just up the way about 100m away. So I said to Neil I'll walk. So we did and we were welcomed by the lady at the Business Class check in and I was immediately put in another wheelchair. So we were checked in and then he took me to another waiting area with people in wheelchairs. Neil was told that he could not go on the bus with me, so I said we're not going to be separated, so I will go with him ...
... 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, ...