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Travel Blogs from Agrigento
... seat 10 and a sitting room perfect for aperitifs or cigars or ladies teas. Feels quite regal. They are on the third floor with a massive circular staircase up to their floor. They live on a fairly busy street so have some city noise to contend with. I have attached some pics of their house as well as one of the pictures from their front window. There is a large magnolia tree in their backcourtyard. How is that for coincidental. i ...
We drove to a tourist information centre in Taormina to find it was closed. We drove to the road that goes up to a roman ruin to find the road closed. We realised the town was covered in black stone/ash from Mt Etna. We then tried to drive up to Mount Etna but it started to rain and was very cloudy. So we turned around and headed for Agrigento. We hadn't booked But I had a place in mind. The streets are so narrow and it ...
We had a good nights sleep and woke up to breakfast. The owner had bought us 2 ham rolls and 2 crosaunts with poppers and milk there is a coffee machine in the room. We packed our bags and walked through the dirty streets to the The Capuchin Catacombes. Which is basically a cemetery where the people stand up on display. The first monk was put here in 1599. There is a place for monks, men woman, military men ...
... so that's what we got. We headed back to our hotel, opened a bottle of Rosé we had bought with us from Syracusa, and enjoyed the last bit of sunshine. For dinner tonight, we drove to the strip along the beach where we went this afternoon and had a lovely simple meal of grilled swordfish for me and Fettuccine Ragu for Jack. Tomorrow we leave Agrigento and call into Cefalu on our way to Palermo. Hope Harry is up to ...
Today, we are going to visit Agrigento. After breakfast Jim, Marina, Nucchio, Fiorella and I travelled to Agrigento. The trip was to take 2 hours by car.
We visited the Valley of the Temples or Valle dei Templi in Italian.
The archaeological area known as the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento, Sicily, is one of the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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