1. Katia Sanfilippo · October 12, 2020

    Ahh this took me back. Though how did I miss gold-hatted Ricardo and his fried shell-fish goodness?! So much fun discovering Palermo with you guys. What a city! I didn’t expect to love it so much. Street food aside, beautiful architecture to see too.

    p.s. I read this description on Lonely Planet and it captures it beautifully: “Centuries of dizzying highs and crushing lows have formed a complex metropolis. Here, crumbling staircases lead to gilded ballrooms and guarded locals harbour hearts of gold. Just don’t be fooled. Despite its noisy streets, Sicily’s largest city is a shy beast, rewarding the inquisitive with citrus-filled cloisters, stucco-laced chapels and crooked side streets dotted with youthful artisan studios. Add to this Italy’s biggest opera house and an ever-growing number of vibrant, new-school eateries and bars and you might find yourself falling suddenly, unexpectedly in love.”


    • thefidgetyfoodie · October 12, 2020

      Lonely Planet describes the city much more eloquently than I ever could. Let’s lock in a Palermo reunion?

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Gordon Shkurhan · October 15, 2020

    Oh, sure. When I’m already being crushed by not being able to travel, you give me this temptation.
    Palermo looks absolutely fantastic! It is now firmly on my wish list of places to go.


    • thefidgetyfoodie · October 16, 2020

      It’s cruel I know. But you’ll thank me when you finally get there! I know you’d love it Gordon.


  3. Gary Avila · October 10

    Very nicee post

    Liked by 1 person

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