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I was trying to catch a flight to Shannon from Sigonella NAS, so I fight an overnight ferry from the port of Naples, to the port of Catania. From there I took a cab to the NAS. The flight to Shannon was canceled, so I am doing the waiting game thing again. I need some rest, so I am staying in an actual hotel room for the night. Hopefully there is a flight tomorrow to get ...
... laze around the pool and read. Later in the day we walked off the ship and had a wander around the town. All the shops were closed and the town looked pretty scungy. The excursions had all been quite a way from the town and had left early which was why we didn't go. Sadly, our impression of Sicily was not the best and I certainly wouldn't have wanted to hang around there at night. We hopped back on the ship after about an hour and a half and headed to the ...
... 700 lat villa była zakopana w ziemi (w wyniku osuwiska).Kazda mozaika to osobne dzieło sztuki. Dotykam jednej z nich i mam pełną świadomość, ze 1 700 lat temu chodzili po niej ludzie. Kiedy u nas były jeszcze dzikie czasy, oni potrafili (i chcieli) wykonywać takie dzieła sztuki, w dodatku na podłodze :). Ciekawe, co było na ścianach?
Wyjezdzamy stamtąd pod wielkim wrazeniem.
... I thought I should do a run. Level 3 has an outside deck where you can walk right around the ship (3 circuits = 1 mile). On wider sections of the deck, passengers recline on lounge chairs enjoying fresh sea air, water views and sunshine. Jogging is not allowed but is tolerated if you are careful not to startle the sedate strollers, or collide with them when rounding corners! I managed 12 mixed jog/walk laps, with no collisions and loads ...
... at the most grotesque sights they have called the Catacombs, that house approximately 8000 mummified bodies from the 16th century, didn't stay to long it was a bit creepy(maybe not for Palermo). Next we went to the Palermo Cathedral(beautiful and massive), then at the heart of the city, quattro canti (rounded buildings at the cross roads of the old city), the fountain of shame (based on a poor attempt at a copy of the ...