Hotel Ponte

Via Francesco Crispi 93/99, Palermo, Sicily, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Castellammare area of Palermo, is near Teatro Massimo, The Four Corners (Quattro Canti), Church of San Francesco of Assisi -Chiesa di San Francesco d'Assisi, and Piazza Pretoria.
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    Travel Blogs from Palermo

    Palermo Street Food Tour

    A travel blog entry by elaineandtom on Jul 18, 2014

    38 photos

    ... common, and it didn't seem to bother them a bit that tourists were walking around taking pictures.

    In the evening, Tom had arranged a Palermo street food tour. Palermo is known to be #5 in the world when it comes to street food. Street food is defined as any specific food or beverage that locals of an urban environment commonly consume while: on the street; standing up; in an outdoor seating environment; or that is ...

    Cooking with the Duchess

    A travel blog entry by elaineandtom on Jul 17, 2014

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    The place we are staying, Butera 28, is in an 18th century palazzo which overlooks the sea. In 1849 it became the property of Giulio Fabrizio Tomasi di Lampedusa, the Prince astronomer who would become the model for the main character in The Leopard. This novel was written by the Prince's great-grandson, Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa. The palazzo was the author's last home until his death in 1957, and is now the home of his adoptive son (the Duke) who has restored it to its ...

    Great day in Sicily

    A travel blog entry by elaineandtom on Jul 16, 2014

    19 photos

    ... laws. They drive wherever they please, and zip in and out of traffic at a moments notice. Some stop signs appear to be optional. The roads are very narrow and parking is a problem. We got a ticket in Trapani and we saw no signs saying no parking or anyplace to pay money. It appears many people don't obey no parking signs, but I think police target rental cars. Even though we didn't get to do the sailboat we had planned we still had a great ...

    Palermo - Special Place in Sicily

    A travel blog entry by rona.puntawe on Jun 22, 2014

    46 photos

    ... for around 20-30 minutes' ride, with nothing much more to see, and not much narration. The guide could mostly only speak Italian.

    Palazzo dei Normanni The best part of Palermo for me. I spent nearly a good couple of hours, and most of it in the Palatine chapel. It's fascinating beyond words. Every inch tells a story. The mosaics from the floor to the ceiling are stunning! The place was built in the 12th century by the Jews, ...

    The Corleone of the anti-mafia

    A travel blog entry by pao.pao on Jun 06, 2014

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    ... of both land owners and workers: those pacts constitute the first union treaty ever agreed upon in Italy. During that time, the mafia was composed by members of the people of Corleone who exploited the lands belonging to the workers. Therefore, the land workers movement guided by Verro consequently became an anti-mafia movement, because it was rebelling against this exploitation. In his journals, Verro told how he joined the mafia for a brief amount of time in order to understand ...