Residenza d'Aragona

Address: Via Ottavio d'Aragona 25 , Palermo, Sicily, 90139, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Castellammare area of Palermo, is near Teatro Massimo, San Giuseppe dei Teatini, La Vucciria, and Hammam.
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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 ...

      Rome, Naples, Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast.

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      ... from the metro six stops later at Piazza Dante, and after getting a little lost and asking for directions, Sheila and I found ourselves outside the door of Dreaming Naples Hostel, a converted apartment in a residential building set back from the main street, Via Tommaso Caravita, by the cobblestoned Piazza Carit. Our budget was 20 Euro for a dorm bed, but we were offered a private double room with ensuite facilities for 25 Euro a pop. We pondered over the extra 5 Euro and ...