I finally went down to Palermo. I lived my whole trip to Sicily in anticipation for this. I had great expectations about Palermo, especially after its Arab-Norman Cathedral was listed by Unesco among the world heritage sites.
Among the most amazing buildings in Piedmont Region (north west Italy) a special place is taken by a Romanesque-Gothic abbey built more than 1000 year ago on the very top of the Pirchiriano Mount, at 962 meters above the sea level (3.156 ft) called “Sacra di San Michele” (Holy Abbey of Saint Michael).
My latest bike tour took me to the so called "rivers junction park" located at the north west corner of the city.
Before planning a trip to Nicaragua, I advise you to read up on the history of the bloody civil war of the Sandinist Front of National Liberation against the dictatorship of Anastasio Somoza Debayle, which went on until 1979.