B&B Villa San Marco
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- Swimming pool
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... they construct them, and why here, and why so many so far from home? Leaves the Rome Forum for dead. Drove up mountain to Favaro, another must see from Geoff. Just another Sicilian town- quite large. Redeeming feature was the FARM, which I am sure stands for something, and is an artists collective in an abandoned group of terrace houses. Quite interesting. Would be a ...
... people- Lehero the son was the only English speaker. We were the only guests most of the time. Dinner at La Lampera restaurant near property- great food. We had to guess most stuff on menu, and had prawn pasta, fish cannelloni, sea bass with tomato and olive sauce, and fish wrapped in a shredded potato/ginger shell, followed by yummy deep fried cannelloni filled with ricotta and sugar syrup. 72€ including a nice €14€ bottle C******ay. A bit ...
... the north side are still standing. It is an impressive first view of the temples.
The second temple, the Temple of Concord is the best preserved Greek temple in the world, after the Theseion in Athens. It dates from 430 BC and was saved from ruin in the 6th century by being converted into a church. The elegant Doric columns are tapered and tilt inwards ever so slightly, plus they are fluted...all exactly like we learned ...
... our four hours past the temples, be overwhelmed and check it off. I know it maybe and probably is breath taking etc etc.
I have had emails about very dear friends struggling with health issues so all this sort of drifting through Sicily becomes nice but hard to think about when I know Val and Strachan are struggling. Very strong hugs and arms around them metaphorically speaking. Gary and I won't relax until we hear they are out of the woods.
... the opposite side.) The day was already hot, and though I've already discarded some of my belongings, my suitcase felt heavy. After a couple of false starts I found my way to Via Atenea, the main medieval street. It's charming, and has narrow footpaths leading from it to areas above and below. The street I wanted was above. Steps. More steps. Steeper steps. Then a winding roadway, which took me back down nearly all the way again, before I found Via Neve, and a phone call before ...