Citta del Mare Hotel Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... because it was at the crossroads in the Mediterranean it became a centre of scholarship, art, craftsmen, merchants from mane places...North Africa, Greece, Syria and Turkey. We learned to look for those influences in the churches and public buildings of today
Norman rule began in 1091...sounded like the Pope up in Rome felt the moorish influence was getting a little close for comfort so encouraged ...
... them. Well that is enough of that. We will continue to enjoy our trip but will be interested to compare with AMA and Cunard and we will probably look at other cruise lines in the future before we try MSC again. Palermo was a pleasant trip ashore and after surpassing the waiting taxi and horse cab drivers we took a tour in a tourist train for €20 and a 45 minute tour around the city with commentary in 3 languages. This ...
... the north to the port. We have a private full day walking tour booked with Jacquie of Palermo and Monreale so did not go into the cathedral or monuments.
We walked to the corner which marks the centre of the city from whence four quadrants of the city are apportioned and named. We also walked up and down many streets, just happening upon monumental buildings. When I look at the map of Palermo where the churches are shaded in purple there ...
... We all tried a bit. It did not sit well for me - I had tasted it and that was enough. I didn't like the texture at all nor the thought of what it was. We explored the markets and Marco explained about many of the us usual looking vegetables. The zucchinis were nearly a metre long. There were vibrant purple artichokes and egg plants - a range of shapes and sizes. Our next tasting was arancini (fried rice balls stuffed with meat sauce and cheese), panelle (fried chick pea ...
San Vito Lo Capo, lovely town although tastefully touristic with fab beaches all around.. Had a lovely walk into the town centre followed by a tasty ice cream, lots here and quite tasteful for a tourist destination but lucky for us it's out of season but still busy enough for a nice atmosphere... We never did find the two fresh fish ...