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Travel Blogs from Agrigento
... which was closed for repairs, so I took a look in the open area, but also had a wander around the museum, which was free to enter, and housed many cathedral artifacts and paintings. There are some really good views from the town down to where the temples are, so I spent a lot of time sitting and taking it in...
So from tomorrow I'll be in hostels all the way, I'll enjoy this last bit of peace and quiet while I can!! I'll hope to update again soon :-)
... get to Mandranova without a car.
Planning my next trip to Sicily. On my list to date is: Matera and the hotel, Le Grotte della Civita; Taormina (town to visit and stay) and Contrada Mandranova (place to stay).
The countryside in Sicily is very picturesque - very green; rolling countryside; villages on the top of hills; vineyards everywhere.
We have had to eat at the hotel the last two nights because the Colleverde Park Hotel is near ...
... the restaurant. They are called "Lingue o Foglie da Te", which translates to, Tongue of the Tea Leaf. Try finding that on the internet! By typing in the Italian name (the translation got me nowhere) and then clicking on the 'translate this page' I actually managed to get the recipe. Now Meg can make them for me.
Our first stop on the way to Agrigento was at the UNESCO heritage listed Villa Romana del Casale at Piazza Armenian. Built by a ...
... lovely lunch of aubergine parmigiana and ice cream etc. We were offered a free loaf of bread at our lunch stop and some other brush thingy when I bought some toothpaste. But we missed a key turning and only realised it 10 km later. We then tried to find a way to cut across to the right road. We went 2km up a rugged track but Richard's compass showed we were heading east, confirmed by the lengthening shadows in front of us, instead of north. We retraced our steps ...
... After racing to the restaurant, once again Montalbano disappointed us - they were closed for their holidays. Don't worry, we didn't go hungry. All this culture certainly does wonders for your appetite.
We are off to the most significant Roman site in Sicily so in my thesis I will be able to compare and contrast the two major influences on the island. Only 62 miles uphill so I am sure R can't wait to get ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed