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Sicily: Righteous Ruins and Dicey Drivers

May 24th 2022
It is fair to say that we enjoyed our time in Sicily and saw many amazing things as it is an arceiological paradise that we will tell you about, but in our opinion, Sicily needs a coat of love and care, a bit of paint and have the garbage picked up sooner. Now, before you simply move on to another blog or just take a peak at our pictures, we implore you to read the entire blog because overall, we ... read more
Europe » Italy » Sicily » Palermo

Italian Flag Italy became a nation-state in 1861 when the city-states of the peninsula, along with Sardinia and Sicily, were united under King Victor EMMANUEL II. An era of parliamentary government came to a close in the early 1920s when Benito MUSSOLINI establis... ... read more
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4th June 2022

the crossroads of cultures
Sicily as the largest island in the Mediterranean positioned as if about to be kicked by the boot of Italy and the crossroads of many cultures, looks and sounds like a fascinating destination. A pity about the garbage which appeared to have blighted your appreciation. The rising numbers of tour buses also signals you were wise to visit when you did. Stunning photos for stunning memories no doubt. I have not visited TB for a while so this blog makes me pleased I did. No doubt a skype is in order to hear more firsthand.
4th June 2022

The crossroads of cultures
We've had a great trip and we'd love to Skype with you. Sicily has so much history to offer and the ruins are well cared for... we are glad to have gone in the off season.

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