B&B Villa San Marco
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... hike around the valley so we, I should say I, opted to do the valley in the morning. I really wanted to be well rested. My foot is beginning to give me a bit of a problem.
I'm so GLAD we waited to see the Valley of the Temples till tomorrow morning. We finally got our car parked and found our B&B. This is the first B&B we have stayed in this trip so far. It was quite a climb uphill, so I decided ...
... reassessing this was NOT the house sitting I wanted. It eventually would have cost more than living home, esp heating the house with the bombola gas tank..was told it could top 25 euro a day. So I am quite relieved that my time there is ending sooner than later. Being adamantly "told" this was NOT a holiday, this is to take care of the house and land" was the straw that broke the camel's back. I am glad I gave it a try and I got to ...
... walking and mete up with a small group of 12 y.o. who answered questions for us..found out that in about an hour, Christ will be taken down off the cross and paraded through town in a glass casket along with the town band ,priest and many in white robes..We went up to the peak where the cross was and waited about 45 min and as usual, all was late so we walked back down after talking with some of the locals, and while walking through town and on the way up some ...
Friday 19th Dec. Another tick for the bucket list today. I really had a wish to see the Valley of temples in Agrigento in the south of Sicily. We had to catch the local bus as there are no tours this time of the year. After getting the information from the hotel desk it didn't seem too difficult, I had a brief lapse in remembering that we are in Italy! On arrival at the train station we were pointed in four different ways for the bus. I did begin to feel that ...
... relationships are one of the most important things to them. I continued to talk about my travels, where I was staying, who my family was (I was lucky enough to have family the town over), and then it was time to work.
Things I did on my first day:
- helped with small pastries (filled and cut swams/cream puffs)
- cut cookies (hearts, linzers)
- filled cookies with apricot filling and nutella
- dipped cookies in chocolate
- cut marzipan ...