Mille e Una Notte
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... 7 socials studies. It is utterly beautiful. I thought that it was one of the most admirable monuments on Sicily.
I counted six temples along the ridge in varying degrees of ruin, some such as the Temple of the Olympian Zeus which even at the peak of the golden age was unfinished, lying mostly on the ground. It is the largest Doric temple ever known with my guide book saying it had an area as large as a football pitch! We ...
... some of the equipment from local "entrepreneurs " and the medical staff limped on. Evidently the Canadian medical equipment did not end up at the same place as the medical team. Dr. Bonnell, Lois's dad, had to develop his x-ray film in the basement of the hospital in Catania where it was the coolest. It was a hot July in Sicily in 1943.
So as we have been travelling along we have occasionally talked about 70 years ago. But today Gela just didn't do it for ...
... to have any real candles apart from those actually in use during a service. So you can pay your few cents to turn on a battery powered candle for someone. And I've neglected to mention Luigi Pirandello, who was born in 1867 at Port Empedocle. He is a local hero, with Piazzas and a Theatre named after him. The play season has already finished for 2014. Apparently there's a school report of his here, showing very poor results in his Italian language! His ashes are in the Museum ...
We have decided to drive down to Agrigento and visit the Valley of the Temples before we leave Aspra. It takes a couple of hours to drive the 120km to Agrigento with the route pretty much north-south and right across to the other side of the island. Despite the slow speed, there is plenty to look at with the landscape quite variable along the way. The route we took skirted around Agrigento proper and thankfully, we only had a small taste of driving in traffic there. I ...
... let us pay for the room. He then ushered us, quickly and quietly, into the back office where we dropped our stuff and headed out again. I get the feeling he would get in much more trouble than we ever would for the gesture!
Now a little lighter, we hoped a local bus down to the Valley of the Temples. The place is big, and very spread out. The temples were built here due to the proximity to the sea, so the structure would ...