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... air about the town. We were told that there would be a concert that evening in the main square but in spite of the fact that there were rows of seats and a stage, nothing happened and we were disappointed to miss whatever it was.
On Wednesday morning we left for Licata where we are now moored. This coastline has few bays where we can drop our anchor for the night and since the winds have increased each afternoon to around 24 to ...
... 8217;s of square meters of mosaics, most of them in good shape. The entire villa was more than 5000 square meter and most of it covered with mosiacs. Some of them very sober and geometric, others displaying large stories of old history with hunting, bikini girls, scenes from the Gods, etc. It takes about 2 hours to get through the entire building, so that gives you an impression of the size.
From Villa Romano del Casale we drove ...
Friday, July 24, 2015
The blog is a bit in delay for various reasons, pleasure and technical.
So, let's get back in time and zoom back to Friday. We moved from Palermo area to Agrigento on the South side of the island, approximately exactly under Palermo.
We took an extended trip since we wanted to get to Poggioreale again to find the ruins of the old village which was demolished by an earthquake in 1968 and which we must have missed by ...
... della Concordia - 430BC, best preserved as it converted to Christianity in 5th! then in 1788 back to Greek, built for the twin sons of Jupiter
Saw some endangered Girgentana goats, curling horns,only produce 1.5 litres milk a day
Cemetery - most people were only 5ft tall, & buried in the foetal position.
3. Hercules temple - only 8 columns remain, it was the 3rd largest, but in 1871 they used the ruins to construct a port only 5% remains today, it took ...
... views from the top, but also a little windy.
I was worried that Zara might blow off because there was no barrier on the edge.
We sat for awhile and marveled at this amazing natural wonder!
The second interesting attraction was the Valley of the Temples.
This is up on a ridge with many Greek temples and ruins dating from 500 BC.
Very impressive historical ruins.