Antica Dimora San Girolamo
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This morning we left Ragusa after a buffet breakfast and headed to the town of Caltagirone. We boarded a small tourist train which took us into some lovely gardens and then up to the town. This town is well known for its ceramics which they export all over the world. Those who were fit enough climbed the 170 steps to get a wonderful view from the top. These steps had gorgeous ceramic edges to them. They celebrate St Peter and St Paul's day each year. Part ...
... Villa Romana del Casale which has world renowned mosaics.
Having been disappointed with the Roman site at Syracusa earlier in the week I was not expecting too much but the mosaics were absolutely fantastic. So vivid and detailed and on a huge range of subjects. The villa was immense with giant reception rooms and a garden with several fountains both inside and out. The site was occupied by several different buildings but by the first decade of ...
Agrigento valley of the temple To the port and have a espresso Then Ragusa parked at a bridge and see someone marrying in the church Bought wine in Modica welcome to the paradise Arrive at Noto and bought postcard See tree gap and nice archi with a concert ongoing Have a dinner in Syracuse and nice pasta and seafood Jeng room and watch Italy vs England ...
... was chockers. As the area isn't very built up, dont know where everyone comes from!
The cash register was a wicker basket with a plate on top, notes just tossed in as paid.
Into the kitchen to say goodbye to Tina, and araviderchi from the godfather as we left. He probably also had his eye on the basket throughout the evening feom his seat by the front entrance.
Sir Alexander Hardcastle, a former royal engineer in the British Army, spent over 10 years and millions of pounds ensuring that the site was saved from negligence and demolition, in that time excavating, preserving, restoring and partly rebuilding.
The Valley of the Temples is somewhat of a misnomer, in that the temples were built along a narrow ridgeline, with only one Temple outside this area, across the ...