Monday, November 27, 2017

SICILY PHOTO ALBUM: Guest Post by Steve Scheaffer and Karen Neely

SICILY: Palermo, Italy, looking toward Monreale
My brother Steve and his wife Karen toured Sicily in September 2017, traveling to Palermo, Trapani, Agrigento, Syracuse, Taormina and Catania. Their eleven day trip, a Rick Steve's tour, took them to ancient ruins, local culture, delicious food, beautiful scenery and much more. They came home with more than a thousand terrific photos and have graciously agreed to share a few of them at The Intrepid Tourist. Here is a mini photo album of their trip.
Palermo. Piazza Independenza
Palermo. Cheese and Sausage Market
Ancient Patron Genius of Palermo
Greek temple, Segesta
Hill town of Erice
Taormina. Note railroad at base of the mountain
Trapani salt pans
Trapani transport
Mount Etna Benanti Winery
After lunch coffee under the olive trees
Steve and Karen, Monreale
For more views of Sicily by other Intrepid Tourist travelers take a look at posts by Tom Scheaffer on 2/1/16 and 1/25/16 and by Gretchen Woelfle on 11/4/13 and 10/28/13.


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