Farmhouse Saint Thorn House

Address: via Spinasanta 210, Palermo, Sicily, 90147, Italy | Ranch
 
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    Travel Blogs from Palermo

    Cruising across the Med, Sea Day Part 2

    A travel blog entry by paulanddeb on Apr 05, 2015

    3 photos

    ... is doing more then 7 knots and help to reduce the pitch and roll of the ship. When the ship slows below 7 knots they retract automatically to avoid being damaged in port. And some not so good questions: Q - how come people get left behind at the ports? A - it is the guest's responsibility to be back on board at the correct time, the ship will not wait for you but the shore agent will be informed and assist people to re-board at the next port. I ...

    Oh no Its raining gain

    A travel blog entry by lmglmora on Feb 23, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    No he estado en Atenas pero el Valle de los Templos de Agrigento se debe quedar muy cerca si no superarla. Se puede pasar más de medio día explorando los templos pero nosotros los hemos visitado rápidamente debido al mal tiempo. Aun así el tiempo esta mañana ha sido de lo mejorcito que hemos tenido en todo el día. Hoy en vez de conducir hemos navegado hasta Palermo por aguas turbias en medio de una tormenta tropical.

    Hay mucho que ver en Palermo, ya en Siracusa los ...

    Paradise in Sicily

    A travel blog entry by myjourney28 on Jun 21, 2014

    3 photos

    After exploring the city of Rome, my family and I took a flight to Sicily, Italy. We arrived to Palermo, Sicily and went right away to the Posta Hotel to leave our luggage and go explore Sicily. In our first day in Palermo, we went to visit the Caccamo Castle which is a magnificent castle. We also visited La Martorana Chapel that has impressive designs inside of it. The next ...

    Treasures of the Conca D'Oro: Monreale & Cefalu

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 09, 2014

    16 photos

    ... and a tranquil courtyard. The cloister was closed for the day but after the tour of the cathedral we were happy to take a relaxed walk around the buildings and courtyard, and enjoyed the splendid views over the Mediterranean before heading back to Palermo and an afternoon trip to Cefalu.

    CEFALU

    Cefalu is a very pleasant one hour's drive and some 70 kilometers east of Palermo, on the northern coast of the Tyrrenian Sea. ...

    Palermo: A Quilted History, A Fusion of Cultures

    A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 09, 2014

    24 photos

    ... history being passed with seemingly remarkable frequency from one dominating power to another. Its strategic position brought wave upon wave of invaders, the most influential being the Phoenicians (a semitic civilisation centred on modern Lebanon and Syria), the Carthaginians (a civilisation centred on northern Africa, the coast of Iberia and western islands of the Mediterranean), the Greeks, the Romans, the Saracen Arabs (Muslim Arabs), the ...