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Palermo is an incredible city. The mix of modern shopping with restaurants and old world food markets. We started the day by having breakfast at the hotel and then made our way to the Cappella Palatine (Palatine Chapel). It is the finest example of Arab-Norman art in Palermo.
Built by Roger II from 1130 to 1140, the chapel is adorned with …
Our last day in Palermo and Kim and I wanted to go see the Capuchin Catacombs of Palermo.
Palermo's Capuchin monastery outgrew its original cemetery in the 16th century and monks began to excavate crypts below it. In 1599 they mummified one of their number, recently-dead
brother Silvestro of Gubbio, and placed him into the catacombs.
After a very very early wake up we were off to Palermo. A short flight and we were on Sicily with great weather to greet us. We took a bus into Palermo and made or way to the Hotel Posta. After we did some walking around we meet up with my Dad and Donna. We dad dinner at a local restaurant and called it a night.
... overpowered even the smell of fish. Mixed within the fish and spices were fruit and vegetable stands where more items were unrecognizable than familiar. From here made our way to Teatro Politeama, then back to the hotel. On the way back we passed a theater with protest signs; I took photos and have tried to translate. This is what I have ended up with: "Stop the dismantling by-laws. Dancers not tagliateci legs!" Not sure where I ...
... the receipt for the two coffee’s and two croissants then was very adamant in not taking our money, he was telling us something in Italian and would wave his hands which looked like he was pointing outside, we both were extremely confused but after a few minutes of him waving at us we walked out the door, looking around for someone to pay. No idea what to do we slowly walked away, no one came to us thus we continued walking and therefore had a free breakfast – very ...