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Travel Blogs from Pescia
... was especially special with warm sun and fantastic views. Magnolia had a chance to have a free day out of her "bucket" while Nathan, Chic, and Lucy drove to Mount Etna to view the volcano site. Phenomenal. One of the world's largest volcanoes. It last erupted in 2002 spewing lava as far as Catonia. There is a ski resort in the area that was totally destroyed in 2002 but has been rebuilt. This year there is literally no snow at the ski area so they have not ...
... out and I needed to change.
Putting on my new shoes, I began my journey to Catacombe Cappuccini. Now what is this, you ask? Welp, it is a place that holds all the self-embalmbed monks… Haha. Andrea, from ISA recommended it to me. He warned it was creepy… boy was he right. Luckily, you aren't allowed to take photos. (I wouldn't want to freak anyone out now.)
So more about this place: You walk down into this basement ...
... with laundry hung outside their windows.
Palermo - at least where I am at - isn't touristy at all like Rome. I haven't seen one American or other foreigner yet. This makes it incredibly hard to sneak pictures of the area. The last thing I want is to be too obvious of a tourist.. Safety first.
Tomorrow (now that I am not dragging heavy bags around trying to find my B&B) I will get to go explore Palermo to the next extent!
... played. I think that if you want to, you should wear something ten sizes too big so you can fold your knees under it. Do wear something with a jazzy pattern so if you spill sauce on it or catch it a little bit on fire, it adds to the patterns and textures. No amount of sauce or burns could be as bad as the fashion in Milan.
"That's the reason they're called lessons... because they lesson from day to day"
~ Lewis Carol
Train travel in Italy seems to be quite reasonably priced. The 70 Km trip for 2 cost us Euro 10.30. From the station we walked to the Hotel and booked in, but as the room wasn't quite ready the receptionist offered us an espresso while we waited for 5 minutes. Afterwards we headed for the Tourist Office for info on the town. First impressions of Palermo, noisy (car horns) dusty and grimy looking ...