San Paolo Palace Hotel Centro Congressi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... say Gallo). Mandrarossa is their premium brand, and we had enjoyed bottles of their Nero D'Avola and C******nay elsewhere in Sicily. Excellent values. We tried and bought some tasty Petit Verdo, a nice Nero D'Avola and a very nice blend of Fiano, Viognier and Chenin Blanc they call Santannella.
After a nice evening participating in Marsala's pasaggiatta and discovering the best arancini in the world, in the morning we headed to the ...
We didn't have a set time to start today, and had the morning to explore on our own, so we joined our new friends Sandra and Frank for a walk. We saw the 12th century church, Chiesa di S. Maria, which was originally planned as a mosque, so it contains stunning Byzantine mosaics. Next door there was a much smaller and very simply decorated church, ...
Our first stop was after winding up a large hill to view the 5th century Temple and Theatre. Next was another set of hairpin bends expertly negotiated by our bus driver, while we enjoyed spectacular views down towards the coastline. The picturesque medieval village of Erice was expertly built at the top. We wandered the cobblestone streets and in one of the piazzas a film crew ...
We left Trapani at 10 AM on Friday by bus retracing the route back to Palermo arriving about noon. After checking into the hotel and having lunch we attacked the city by Hop on Hop off bus! Palermo has done a pretty good job of mixing the old with the new. Much of the historical area remains intact while a new modern city has expanded outside. It's pretty chaotic in the narrow old streets, many now of which have been closed to traffic. ...
... were back at Pompeii Scavi station waiting for the Circumvesuviana to take us to its southern terminus, Sorrento. On the half hour journey south I couldn’t help but think of Mrs. Abraham, my history teacher in standard 8, who taught us about Pompeii and the events surrounding its destruction. Understandably, I’m unable to recall the exact circumstances of that particular lesson but I’m pretty certain we boys would have had our eyes on our watches or the ...