Il Giardino della Rupe B&B
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... even with a bowthruster!
Both Trapani and Sciacca are a little run down but absolutely charming and we spent an extra day in Sciacca because the high winds continued and we weren't too keen to leave. The walk up to the town is via around 200 steps but we were rewarded with magnificent views and delicious Italian ice cream!
Many of the streets were decorated with upside down umbrellas of all colours and there was a ...
... 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 ...
... main business was weapons, drugs, black markets thy are now moving into illegal immigrants.
Drove past vineyards (marsala wine), fig trees & cactus/prickly pears (liquor, jam, marmalade), around Trapani to Isole dello Stragnone (island of Stragnone), to a salt mine & watched a video of the processing of salt, manual process even cover with clay tiles to keep dry. Start stocking the lagoon in April for harvest in July. Stopped in Marsala, walked up ...
... Today is our last day at this place and today we drove to some really old temples.
And they were really cool because they have lasted for over 2000 years and it is still standing.
They were all ruined and looked really cool. I loved it a lot.
And we spent about 4 - 5 hours there I think it was worth it.