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Italy Day 11 – Termini Imerse and Campofelice di Roccella
November 2nd, 2022

Our big activity for the day was scheduled for 5 PM. With a full day ahead of us we headed to Termini Imerse, a city within Palermo. Much of it is industrial, but there’s also an old section that has Roman ruins and what is described as a fantastic museum. The first segment of the way there was a tranquil drive along the water. As we neared the city Ditzy (the GPS) started getting confused. Source Originally Published on https://karengershowitz.com/ Continue Reading

November 2nd, 2022
Italy Day 9 – Santo Stefano di Camastra and Pollina
November 2nd, 2022

On my previous trip to Sicily, I happened upon the town of Santo Sefano di Camastra. It was difficult to miss, it was on the main road heading towards Palermo and along every street in town there were dozens of shops selling locally made ceramics. Today we returned. As we exited the new autostrada, I saw a building surrounded by gigantic pots. I pulled into the parking lot. Kathy and I spent time… Source Originally Published on https://karengershowitz.com/ Continue Reading

November 2nd, 2022
Italy Day 6 – Travel to Cefalu, Sicily
November 2nd, 2022

Taxi to train station, scurry to buy tickets and find seats while toting luggage, make our way through Malpensa Airport which required taking a bus to the plane, finally climbing the stairs (with luggage) onto our flight and departing Milan. This was the first gray morning we had, so perfect for relocating to a sunnier location. I was hoping to take photos of Milan from the air… Source Originally Published on https://karengershowitz.com/ Continue Reading

November 2nd, 2022