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... hike around the valley so we, I should say I, opted to do the valley in the morning. I really wanted to be well rested. My foot is beginning to give me a bit of a problem.
I'm so GLAD we waited to see the Valley of the Temples till tomorrow morning. We finally got our car parked and found our B&B. This is the first B&B we have stayed in this trip so far. It was quite a climb uphill, so I decided ...
... of Sicily and especially Malta which was amazing. I am sure there is another adventure looming out there for me. I plan to sit tight til I go to the states July 20, first to Albuquerque to see my sister and family, and then back to Maine to go sailing for 2 weeks along the Maine coast with a dear friend, who actually crewed for me when I went to Bermuda. Probably won't be blogging from the boat! Final plans..I leave 21st April to go ...
... of where I was. I finally stopped at a gas station and saw 2 men going for their coffee break or lunch??? and asked them to help me since I was so lost. I called the hotel and they spoke to them to guide me. The both men turned around and told me to follow them. They got in their car and drove about 2 km to another exit and then directed me from there. How sweet!! (women do have an edge here) However..I was close but the gal on the phone had me going east when ...
... relationships are one of the most important things to them. I continued to talk about my travels, where I was staying, who my family was (I was lucky enough to have family the town over), and then it was time to work.
Things I did on my first day:
- helped with small pastries (filled and cut swams/cream puffs)
- cut cookies (hearts, linzers)
- filled cookies with apricot filling and nutella
- dipped cookies in chocolate
- cut marzipan ...
Sir Alexander Hardcastle, a former royal engineer in the British Army, spent over 10 years and millions of pounds ensuring that the site was saved from negligence and demolition, in that time excavating, preserving, restoring and partly rebuilding.
The Valley of the Temples is somewhat of a misnomer, in that the temples were built along a narrow ridgeline, with only one Temple outside this area, across the ...