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... the car for photos are not to be found so the vistas must be a memory without a photo prompt.
And alas the connection between my camera and iPad has given up on me so I am sending along a few of Gary's photos plus some I downloaded to his iPad and transferred to mine....very lengthy and complicated as I sit here in the lobby...no wi-fi in rooms, but now apparently hot water...so as Gill would say, it's all good...I guess.
... feel while you are there.
Now time to join the others for a drink and watch the sun light up the sides of the temples. Oh, just before I leave, I have a recommendation for anyone travelling to Agrigento...La Postata di Federicoll Ristorante in Piazza Cavour....good food, family owned restaurant. Our hotel, Calleverde Park Hotel is on the outskirts of town, has a lovely patio and garden. If the wind isn't blowing you off ...
... on the patio and couldn't talk with the wind whistling through the trees. It was not a particularly memorable lunch.
The rest of the trip for Larry and therefore for us was uneventful. We had a brief diversion to find some wine and then onto Agrigento where we checked into the hotel amid a tourist bus of 35 Americans, met some Canadians our age biking around Sicily. Now given the traffic in Sicily that is to be admired.
We only had one ...
... had stopped, and how truly awful the walk might have been. I was wondering how much further it would have been to a bus stop, to catch a bus in reverse direction. Why did the driver let me out there?? And there was still no sign of a possible entrance. Then a Golf pulled over. A man looked out and held a map out. I crossed the road to speak to him. He was looking lost. His wife spoke in slow Italian, wondering if I knew where to go for Templi entrance. I knew exactly, as I'd passed ...
... closed - and actually looked closed down. So grumpily we trudged back to the car to think of plan b. When we got there, a guy directing parking traffic (we think he is employed by the local restaurants and bars) told us that the restaurant would open in about half an hour. All good, we closed up the car again and went into the closest bar for a drink. After our drink we went back to the Mata Hari - an Italian restaurant with an Indian name and strong American ...