Principe Di Belmonte Hotel

Address: Via Principe di Belmonte 25, Palermo, Sicily, 90139, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Politeama area of Palermo, is near Teatro Massimo, La Vucciria, Hammam, 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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Awaking in our new favorite Nonna's yard we hit the road to catch the short ferry over to Sicily to see what it was all about. Arriving the port of Messina it got us just about excited as every other port town. It seems if you have a major port your town is usually a major let down. After a quick pizza stop the decision was made to navigate Sicily anticlockwise and chopping down the middle. Thus, we zoomed Harold west bound toward Palermo. Along the way we passed ...

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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... is opened because He has entered the world. His right hand is in a traditional Byzantium gesture meaning silence. He does this because He is saying He is the word and to listen to him. The church is in the typical Arabic-Norman style of Sicily and is quite magnificent. It is also interesting because it shows the merging of various cultures. They put aside any differences and work toward the common ...

Rome, Naples, Pompeii and the Amalfi Coast.

A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 14, 2014

... History is everywhere; behind the side street you just crossed, up those stairs by the fountain and under that building ahead. You pass Bernini’s masterpiece on a casual walk to the pharmacy and the convenience store is located in a building that has its foundations in Nero’s amphitheatre. I wonder if the residents of Rome realize what they’re in the midst off. What goes on in that lady’s mind as she walks past the Pantheon every morning on route ...