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... we have had in Italy. First they bought us each a plate of cheeses, pickles, prosciutto and salami and the most beautiful bread. As we were eating this they bought out plates of olives, sun dried tomatoes, mushrooms and other plates of vegetables followed by plates of bruschetta. It was all so beautiful we tucked right in and ate our fill. A short while later our plates were picked up and then out came plates of yummy spaghetti bolognese but the best I ...
... appearance of a city. The one on the outskirts of Agrigento was no exception. Another could be seen on the other side of Agrigento from the Valle dei Templi, while the Romans had their Necropli just off the Temple ridgeline.
Basil is starting to show serious signs of use. Hopefully after the trip to Lucca he'll sprout again.
Friday was another beach day. A ...
... the locals were understanding and helpful and directed Paul how he could squeeze down a narrow alley to begin the circuit of exiting the city. One way systems, narrow roads and tight corners, not much fun.
As the rain cleared, appreciated the view on the drive home.
Arrived home and appreciated the view out from our apartment to the coast and sea.
... no-one is expected till at least 8pm when the wood fired pizza oven is ready. As we didn't want to walk the 300m home to return, asked if we could just sit and have a drink and wait. That wasn't going to do. Tina, the only one of the staff who spoke english, was summoned to discuss the situation. We agreed to have " a little antipasti", being firmer in the use of little. To no avail. Out it came, fish and shell fish in various ...
... level from the road which continued on to the beach.
The most incredible views to the west, and from the road, easterly as well. When we walked towards the beach, brilliant blue sea as far as the eye could see.
The lovely sense of euphoria was shattered when we ventured into Riberia for a few groceries. A large town that had seen ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsB&B Portatenea Agrigento
On arrival, in Agrigento, it seemed the staff at the local tourist information and at Port Atenea B&B could read our minds, with all the help in maps and suggestions we could need. The room was very comfortable and provided with all mod cons. The roof terrace was a great place to relax and breakfast, with a fine (distant) view of the temples. The position was also just 2 mins walk from the station and, despite being at the busy end of the lively main street, the double glazing blocked out any noise.
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