Bed and Breakfast L'Antica Via
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... U-shaped grooves on the stone blocks used for the ropes of the cranes which lifted the blocks. We posed the engineer beside them.
At this point we trudged the Sicilian km (meaning much longer than the advertised km) up the hill to the Museo Archeologico which contains well preserved relics of the digs. Lois and Larry checked off the top ten items; I strolled through, pausing to gaze at the Telamon, one of 38 colossal ...
... don't pick up after your dog, just don't care how your neighbourhood is. For a Canadian it is striking to see cigarettes offered for sale in clear sight, many smokers and cigarette butts littering the streets. It reminds me of China 15 years ago.
We stopped a bit beyond Gela at a place called Falconara where we ate in a restaurant dedicated to Verdi...a bit strange since he wasn't born in Sicily. We sat inside since we would have had to hold onto ...
... I must have looked quite a sight, trying to decide which way to go from the traffic island roundabout. As I knew the Templi site was large, and I could see which direction it extended, I thought perhaps I'd find another entrance from a side road. So I walked along the roadway which did have a shoulder of sorts, a place to jump out of harm's way if necessary. Cars were travelling in both directions, but not as many as up and down the hill. I was thinking how lucky I was that ...
... to visit two of the temples. Both the Temple of Juno and the Temple of Concord date from around 450 BC and are in various states of decay. They are still quite grand and imposing buildings set into a rocky landscape surrounded by olive and almond trees. And while the modern city of Agrigento is clearly visible on the distant valley side you can still get a strong sense of the ancient city set out before you. It was hot though and we were keen to go to a beach on ...
... advantage of us tourists. The one place that people will gladly throw their money without batting an eyelash, and it's CLOSED?! Finally, it dawns on me. The people here just don't care. Either way, actually. They could collect the money, but they don't want to, because that's work. They don't want to make the food, or take care of the place, because that's work. They just want to go about their daily business, and us go about ours, and if ...