Massimo Plaza Hotel

Address: Via Maqueda 437, Palermo, Sicily, 90133, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Seralcadio area of Palermo, is near Teatro Massimo, Santa Maria dell'Ammiraglio (La Martorana), San Giuseppe dei Teatini, and Church of San Domenico.
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      Travel Blogs from Palermo

      The bottom of Italy’s boot

      A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Jan 29, 2015

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      ... a well spent few hours. That, and we are now just that old that we enjoy these types of things. Back in Harold and with Madeleine in her usual asleep position we continued south to the base of Mount Etna. Here in Catania we spent the night in a car park outside the local campground. It seems we picked the countries favored running track and had social joggers at all hours, making the female toilets extremely difficult to use.

      The next morning we ...

      Arena in Syracuse

      A travel blog entry by rland on Jan 07, 2015

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      ... of the games, wooden beams would have been placed across these and the gladiators would stand on them. They would attempt to push each other off. The unlucky one would fall into the pit which would be filled with water and crocodiles or a wild animal. These sort of games no doubt came from Rome where this sort of fighting was seen as the best form of ...

      Greek/ Roman Amphitheater

      A travel blog entry by rland on Jan 06, 2015

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      ... it to their liking with concrete, roman brick, and the ornate Corinthian columns. I feel it showed how Romans believed their ideas were the best so they completely redid the decorations set forth by the Greeks. The Romans were known for loving their events in theaters and arenas. Once in Sicily, this tradition did not end. I'm sure they redid this theater to give Romans there the same taste of what they had in ...

      Capella Palatina

      A travel blog entry by rland on Jan 04, 2015

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      ... to them. It created a beautiful intertwining of all the wood. As the ceiling domed down, it was surrounded by mosaics depicting the stories of the Old Testament beginning with God creating the world and continuing on in the story. On the outside edge of the rectangle (naves), are mosaics depicting the miracles of Jesus. Lots of gold was used in the mosaics. The columns of the church are all different ...

      Mamma Mia, Arrivederci Italia - Till We Meet Again

      A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Nov 08, 2014

      38 photos

      ... opened the bar, finding a clean empty carafe she fills to the brim with the bulk flagon red, ’two Euros is good’ she states smiling. Away we went, set for the evening.

      The following day, a supposed short ride to the baroque city of Lecce, took all day as we wandered through the small towns stopping here and there throughout the Salento peninsula with the intentions of finding camping near the town. We didn’t ...