B&B Tra I Frutti
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... and folded every table! Year 8 at a guess, and they reminded me that I'm on long service leave, and it's not my problem! I felt great! Once they alighted, the poor woman conductor, who had avoided coming up my end of the train during the chaos, breathed a clearly audible sigh of relief! It was an interesting 2 1/4 hour trip, heading east of Palermo first, so I saw that lovely coast again, and then turning off to the south, travelling through rocky hills with a few straggly ...
... closed - and actually looked closed down. So grumpily we trudged back to the car to think of plan b. When we got there, a guy directing parking traffic (we think he is employed by the local restaurants and bars) told us that the restaurant would open in about half an hour. All good, we closed up the car again and went into the closest bar for a drink. After our drink we went back to the Mata Hari - an Italian restaurant with an Indian name and strong American ...
... will also happen. One uneventful ride later, and we find ourselves in Agrigento.
One thing I have learned during these past few days: NEVER assume that anything works like it should, or AT ALL for that matter, even if it is listed in the guidebook. We get to the train station in Agrigento, where we should find lockers to store our bags. We do, after a once-over of the entire station, but of course, they ...
... and restored much of the main Villa, including uncovering 3,500 square metres of highly detailed mosaic flooring.
We headed home after this, having covered over 600km and at least 3 naps for the day.
Dinner was at a restaurant on the Giardini Naxos waterfront called La Lampara. The pizza was called a ‘Rustica’, but was the same as ...
... and named in shame because of the naked statues) and another amazing cathedral La Martorana. We next passed a park that had an 800 year old fig tree and then finished up at the Teatro Massimo which has the claim to fame that the scene from godfather part three, were Michael Corlioni's son was shot on the steps of this building.
A very interesting day, not the cleanest place, and how crazy are these Italian/Sicilian drivers.