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Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Today is beach day, but before going to the beach we would visit a small town (old fisherman village) called Marzememi. first of all the trip that looked easy on the map turned out to be a long trip through forgotten streets in the middle of nowhere. Anyway ultimately we got where we needed to be. As such a nice village, but of this 'old fisherman village' little was left. It looked very touristic (nothing wrong with that) plenty of ...
... of the park and we had to walk to the complete other side. From there we explored the park: the teatro Greco and ancient greek theatre that is now used for re-enactments of the old plays, the area where the stones were excavated by the slaves, the ear of Dyonisis, and so on. A number of places that were brought together in the park some of which were very nice, others very cool given the shade in the area.
... It would not finish, so we tried different other programs, to get to the end, but even when it reached an end point it wouldn't open. So we tried and tried and tried and finally around noon time we were successful. Cloths back !
So we left our home around 12.15 pm to drive to Modico, another baroque city here in the neighborhood. Arrived there around 1 pm –which is the lucky time as you don’t have ...
... it is still a working city and the delicatessens and small markets were full of local shoppers. I was trying hard not to buy too much as we had long road journeys ahead of us through Tunisia and Morocco but I could not resist buying a small packet of exquisite rainbow coloured pasta.
Just below our hotel was the pretty Fonte or Fountain of Arethusa, a sunken artesian pond which flows out to sea. The site has a rather watery mythical ...
... is that the temple has an enclosed structure surrounded by columns, whereas the cathedral is an enclosed structure with an inner division of columns. In the Syracuse Cathedral, it is clearly evident that the temple's outer colonnade (peristasis) was enclosed to form the building's exterior walls. The originally, solid walls of the temple within were then carved out to create columns for the Cathedral's arcade. 2500 years of Syracuse's history ...