B&B Villa San Marco
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We spent the day just walking the valley of temples. Truly an amazing place, again in its prime 2500 years ago. We also enjoy walking through the lush citrus and fruit grove. Once the water supply for the ancient city that was abandoned around 1AD and made to what we see now. This city had 200,000 living here then. Now it is about ...
... favourites was the floor in the gymnasium where there were several mosaics of women wearing 'bikinis' and each one playing a different sport, including discus, ball games and weights. The final wonderful example of ancient buildings was the Valley of the Temples, where a series of temples dating from the ancient Geeks were built along a ridge ...
... food was abysmal – although the pizza bar was pretty good – and the drinks packages were exorbitant. The people were fairly rude or so old that they had one foot in the grave. It wasn’t really our cup of tea, but at least we visited Mallorca, Malta and Sicily.
We are now off to the wee town of Levanto in the far north of Italy to spend some time in the Cinque Terre and to celebrate my Happy Birthday.
Ciao for now. ...
Same berth as last year. Had great bacon and egg breakfast and went for walk then slept in arvo. Diff people at hotel but looked same. Happy hour for yachties at Las Vegas bar near bike shop. Was like a reunion party. Mostly poms but all with an interesting story to tell. The Germans and French had their own little group inside. The good pizza shops were closed for the weekend for a religious festival so we had pizza around the corner- not so ...
Had a good breakfast and headed down the road to the temple ..?Greeks had half finished ..very impressive in morning sunshine overlooking lovely mountainous scenery.our man at Avis had suggested a turnoff to see before we went to Agrigento.Toing and froing to find unsignposted towns and those not on Tomtom we reached Seliunte..whole town overlooking the sea..destroyed by Carthage..5 temples and numerous houses.Weather 22 degrees with sun around threatening looking ...