B&B Tra I Frutti
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... 7 socials studies. It is utterly beautiful. I thought that it was one of the most admirable monuments on Sicily.
I counted six temples along the ridge in varying degrees of ruin, some such as the Temple of the Olympian Zeus which even at the peak of the golden age was unfinished, lying mostly on the ground. It is the largest Doric temple ever known with my guide book saying it had an area as large as a football pitch! We ...
... of the beach, which is said to be littered with military pillboxes from WW II but the oil refinery along the way combined with the totally unappealing look of the industrial wasteland of the area caused us to drive on to Falconara to the west where we stopped for lunch. The wind was ferocious and if there had been an inviting beach would have swept us off.
I haven't mentioned it before but Larry is a WW II amateur historian who seems to have ...
... excursion today. But breakfast comes first! Lillo's bar was great, and the choice of cornetti was incredible. Like generously sized but crisper on the outside croissants, they are filled with jams, fruits, chocolate, custard, chocolate custard, in fact there were 9 different possibilities this morning. I asked for the most Sicilian, and he suggested pistachio. It was very big, very sweet, and very nice! I'm not used to sweet things, specially in the morning, and I can still taste ...
... experience has aged me at least 10 years! They make even the drivers in Bagheria look calm and sensible by comparison. Never mind though, we got through unscathed and managed to navigate to the the Valley of the Temples. The Valley of the Temples incorporates a complex of temples and walls from the ancient Greek city of Akragas. There are about 10 ruins that make up the site. It was pretty warm the day we there (+35º) and hard going across the terrain, so we ...
... so we make a beeline for the cafeteria on site. But we should know better.The cafeteria looks to have been deserted for years. The neighboring bookstore is boarded up. The washroom is being guarded by 2 attendants clinking handfuls of coins. Even the fountain out front, our only hope left, is taped off, sporting a sign that shouts GUASTO and NON POTABILE. This is a world recognized UNESCO site. It is a money pit for anyone who wants ...