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... wall freezes, mosaics, rectangular in shape
Greek - temple like with columns
Viking - beams, ceiling is lie an upside down ship
Built in perspective, from beard to head is 3 mtrs, hand to book is 12 mtrs, also in the arch 1st is low then the next three are slightly different, drawing your eye in to a main focal point. The columns are all different sizes (recycled), the adjusted the top of the column to allow for this. The 7 days of creation are ...
We have loved the mountain areas, and found camping two thirds up Mt Etna, on the edge of the lava field very exhilarating. The volcano was still puffing away above us, although the last major lava flow was in 2005. Our favourite place on Sicily has been Madonie Mountains National Park. We were able to camp for five nights at Piano Battaglia, a small winter ski area, with a sprinkling of empty chalets, dotted around. We camped in a stony meadow type plateau, high in ...
Today was very relaxing doing very little on board ship, did a couple of laps around ship, read, eating, then went to a show seeing Brett Cave from England singing & playing piano, he was very entertaining with high energy. Tonight was Formal night but boys didn't really wish to get dressed up so went upstairs to casual restaurant, as it turned out if Gail & I ...
... the wheelchair again. Got to the business class lounge which was amalgamated with others due to the airport fire and I went to the toilet and Neil got me a glass of water so I could take my neurofen, and as soon as I took those they announced boarding to the aircraft. So after walking a bit onto a coach and then off to the plane. Had to climb the stairs, but was so relieved to be put in my business ...
... 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 ...