Bed and Breakfast L'Antica Via
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..ja nyt haisee vahvasti mafialle.. Tervetuloa Agrigentoon - Sicilian ensimmäiseen turistikohteeseen jossa nykyään rikollinen raha rakentaa moderneja kerrostaloja muinaisten raunioiden päälle. Agrigenton agressiiviset mafiaperheet hallitsevat koko Italian huumekauppaa rautaisella otteella joten ei ole vaikea arvata millä …
At last a little bit of a sleep in as we did not have to leave until 8.30. However by the time we got to breakfast there was literally nothing left. Obviously they don't cope very well under pressure. The buffet area was far too small so they had one plate of this and one bowl of that, which of course were quickly emptied and took ages to replace. Of course the 30 or so German teenagers probably had something to do with the quantity being taken. ...
... was built about 20 years before the Acropolis in Athens. It has never been destroyed. Of course the marble has gone and so has the roof, but the remains are impressive as is the whole area. This time we were driven to the top of the valley and had to walk down which was so much easier. Also it was warm, but there was no humidity and there was a lovely cool breeze blowing all day. Back at the hotel we gathered round the pool. You could not go swimming unless ...
... a Sicilian favorite. It was delicioso. Still hazy, hot and humid, we decided to postpone the walk on the beach until the evening, and went back to the B&B to catch up on emails and take a nap. We ended the day at a nearby beach in Canoletta. The water was warm, the beach was sandy, and it was fairly quiet. We watched the sun set while we finished the last of the Nero D'Avola wine and said good-bye to the Mediterranean. Tomorrow Siracusa and the Ionian ...
... traffic in Trapani and Marsala, and take a break from touring ruins (the sprawling ruins at Salenunti were along our route today). Instead we chose a leisurely drive along the rural coast roads (SP 115). As we picked our way south from Trapani we ran across a small building with a sign -Caseificio Ingardia. Something in the name and the bustling traffic into and out of the place told us to turn around. Sure enough, it was the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed