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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... those with at least remnants of the old city walls, the formal city entrance ways (portos) provide a strong divider between the world of the car and the world of the pedestrian. It's not that the areas outside the city walls are terrible wastelands. They are just a bit boring, noisier and less comfortable.
Another way is what our automotive reliance on the internal combustion engine is doing to the ...
... boasts Roman ruins (yawn) and has a beautiful cobblestoned thoroughfare that reminded us of Sam Gimignano. It was totally geared up for touro’s but was safe and clean. We took some pretty good pics and explored for a while.
The most impressive thing for me was the fact that The Godfather was filmed in the nearby hills. When Michael goes to Sicily and marries Apollonia, the actual village where they lived was only about ...
We had to drive back to Agrigento to pick up car focuments that we had left behind.Marchese Sala. Kindly Barbara, a lovely German woman we had met, communicated with Ignazio the owner and we arrived in the middle of market day. Round and round we went. Couldn't park, so I ran in. Barbara asked us to view her apartment before we left do ...
... out of the car a voice from above was saying "allo.. allo" . It was a very sweet voice, but I honestly thought someone was going to tell us that we couldn't park there and had to move the car!.
Turns out it was Lillo's wife Maria, and we were exactly in the right spot. Their beautiful big house was behind the trees we parked under, with the balcony in the corner that Maria was watching us from.
... A.D. The mosaics of the extensive and extravagant villa are the reason it was named as a UNESCO site in in 1997. Dated back to 320-350 A.D., the villa most likely belonged to a member of Rome’s senatorial class.