Villa Palamara 1868
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... dinner. The Giardino dei Sapori looked beautiful in the photos outside and they said that there was a covered area in the garden so we went in. We should have been concerned when we were the only people but it was early for Italian dinner and two other couples arrived soon after we sat down. They took our order very quickly then we waited. One couple got their pizza ...
After a cup of tea and some fruit we headed off to explore. The rain from last night had gone and the sun was shining. The old centre is supposed to be pedestrian only but there were a surprising number of cars and even more motor bikes so it wasn't as relaxing to walk around as I had imagined. We stopped by the beach for coffee and cake then ...
... pretty areas and it went mainly along the coast. We talked with a couple from England who were going to Cefalu for the day. Nice to have a conversion with someone else. We rang the agent for our apartment from the station and she came straight away and brought us here. We thought we would just be able to leave the bag as it would not be ready for us but it was so we were able to put on a load of washing before heading out for lunch. The apartment is very nice with everything ...
Another beautiful morning. Breakfast was served at 8.30 with croissants, lemon cake, honey dew, fruit juice, yoghurt etc etc..a full spread! Now driving to Palermo which is the capital of Sicily. Could not find parking so drove around like a city taking in all the sights. Decided to go to the Montepellegrino Santa Rosalia Church. Went back into Palermo and found parking, less ...
Our aim for today was to finish off exploring around Cefalu and then to catch the train for the one hour journey from Cefalu to spend a quick couple of hours in Palermo. Cefalu is located on the North East coast of Sicily and is only 70 kilometres, or in our case a one hour train ride, out of the capital city of Palermo. It has a population of around 14,000 but apparently sees millions from all over Europe visiting during the European summer holiday season ...