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CIR 19082053C221490 
Located in the heart of one of the most folkloristic districts of Palermo. The apartment consists of four ensuite bathroom rooms, each reflects it’s own personality that you will discover as soon as you step inside. Shared kitchen will serve perfectly for those who prefer to have a breakfast or cook a meal in the apartment. 

Babbio
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“Ma chi hai? u Babbio?” (“What's up? u Babbio?"). There is no a Sicilian who does not know this exclamation uttered by a mother, a relative or a friend. “Babbio” means the joke, mostly typical for children, used when playing. Still among adults it is a common expression, especially when they tend to tease someone. The smaller room reflects to this expression and invites us to go back to our childhood to remember that typical sweeties and naivety of young age. The shots of the artist Marta Passalacqua explains the “babbio” that is typical for the narrow alleys of Palermo, the joy expressed through a playful moment. Room has a window, a bathroom with shower, a desk and a day wardrobe.

BEDROOM

French Bed

EQUIPMENT

Air Conditioning

TV

WI-FI

Netflix & Prime

Sheets & Towels

Small window

KITCHEN

Minibar

BATHROOM

Shower

Bidet

Hairdryer

Courtesy set

Abbanniata
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“Si vucia, s’abbannia, Ballarò è Magia”. This quote could be seen on a historic wall of the ancient Albergheria district. “Abbanniata” - a term derived from the Sicilian that stands for “cry”,meaning to seek a public attention by shouting or singing, a typical expression of the sellers of the historic markets of Palermo. The louder is the “Abbanniata”, the more intention there is in wanting to sell the goods. Still beware, in the streets of the old town you might find also people who "shouts", not because they sell something, but only because they have a loud voice!   

The room represents one of the most famous expressions of Palermo. The photographs of the local artist Marta Passalacqua perfectly embrace this concept. The room, overlooksVia Garibaldi with a large balcony and consists of a bathroom with shower, wardrobe and desk. 
 

BEDROOM

Double Bed 

EQUIPMENT

Air Conditioning

TV

WI-FI

Netflix & Prime

Sheets & Towels

Balcony

KITCHEN

Minibar

BATHROOM

Shower

Bidet

Hairdryer

Courtesy set

Curtigghio
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Imagine an older ladies sitting and watching pedestrians, having small talk-gossiping together? Here, you go, just witnessed a scene of curtigghio! 
From the Spanish Cortijo, which literally means "Cortile", "making Curtigghio" is probably the correct way to describe a typical Sicilian, it is more effective than a wireless phone. Any gossip, from the least important to the most serious, becomes a subject of common interest among friends, relatives and acquaintances. You find them there, at the edges of the streets chatting with each other, or sitting on a bench in the main town square. They’re the guards, yes, we’re the ones.  
The beautiful shots of our artist
Marta Passalacqua frame those moments, those people waiting for an “extraordinary event” to be narrated to someone else, but always with discretion, "picchì un sapi a sapiri” ( Sicilian saying). 
The room has a bathroom with shower, a desk and a day wardrobe. As well a cute balcony, that overlooks the inner alley, where during the day you can listen to the curtigghio of local people!