Le Madonie Golf Resort Hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... With this mixture came a time in the middle Ages (1131), when the 1st parliament in Europe commenced, with the best of architecture & the centre of trade resulted in the 'Citta'di Monreale', a Norman cathedral, being constructed in 1174, took 15 years to build the church, longer to complete all the 50,000 square feet of beautiful mosaics. "Nothing finished can be made by man, only God". The church reflects all the cultures of the day
Arabic - ...
... 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 ...
... built around circa 1460. Next was Fontana Pretoria (fountain of shame) as the women would pass it covering their eyes because of all the nude statues, but was once the grounds of a rich dignitary who donated it to the state. Dropped off near the port, so stopped at the ATM then went to a quaint cafe having Caffe Freddo (iced coffee). After dinner went to a show which was ...
... and welcomed with a champagne. We were definitely on our way home, only Singapore to deal with.
Had a lovely flight with champers and nice meals, and a sleep of about 6.5 hours which I was a bit surprised about.
Got to Singapore and was taken off by wheelchair and it was a godsend, because the lady who was wheeling me took us to the next terminal to catch our next flight. It must ...
... the passenger assist area is.
Onto Palermo to pick up the local guide, the rubbish on the way into Palermo on the side of the motorway was not impressive, the people obviously don't care for their city.
After the tour of the city, we were dropped off to have lunch. By this time it was raining, so Helen, Neil and I dashed across the square to have lunch in a nice looking restaurant that Gilberto had pointed out. They had a pond full of turtles ...