Palermo, Sicily, land of primo lasagna, fresh seafood, wine, song, and as some believe, Cosa Nostra. Maybe it’s my naivety, but it seems to me that the younger generations have a different entrepreneurial spirit, but who knows? We were there for the Lasagna (with a capital L), the fresh seafood, and the pleasing wine. In addition, we visit a catacomb exposing the bodies fascinatingly different from any other, bringing a new slant to that over used Latin phrase paying tribute to our beloved passing, “In Memoriam”. Our visit ends with an overnight voyage to Napoli aboard a ferry/freighter, freighter/ferry. I am not certain what to call it, a freighter or a ferry. It could be either or both. Those stories and a few other tidbits on what to do in Palermo are on this episode of Stories Faces Places.