Palermo Cathedral from view

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  1. Great article! Beautiful pictures too! I always wanted to visit Sicily. It sounds like the perfct place to enjoy and relax at the same time.

  2. If Italians drive anything like the Greeks, I am not surprised that their cars are scratched so frequently.
    In Paris it’s the same, mostly because they try to fit into slightly too small parking spaces due to overcrowding.

  3. Good rundown of tbe city. I spent 7 hours walking around Palermi as I had a 9 hrs layover în between transfer flights. Loved the atmosphere and the markets are everything I thought they would be.

  4. I’ve been reading this blog since it started and the writing has been improving with every article.
    This one is very informative and also very well written. My favorite part is the one about material possessions and I resonate with the anecdote about the chocolate past the expiration date.
    Keep up the good work!

  5. This post brings back all my happiest memories of the vibrancy, life, passion and love you feel in Italy. One of my most favorite places.

  6. You are right! wellness is a state of mind. i am glad to learn that the residents of Sicily cultivated a positive relationship with food. My motto is “no food is unhealthy until we overeat.”
    I am a big foodie myself and have a huge sweet tooth. I could devour several of those cannoli sweet treats. But I am working on cutting back on my sugar intake. Great that you were able to identify the food culture and learn a few wellness tips during your travels.

    1. Have fun during your visit and enjoy the city! If you have more time, I also recommend a day trip to Etna volcano, or a half a day visit to Trapani

    1. Thank you! I tried my best to select the most representative photos of the city atmosphere from those I have in my camera.