Fiore di Girgenti
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... my backpack and just put in it what we would need for clean clothes and toiletries. Our room is very nice and overlooks the sea.
We talked to our host and he suggested where we had to visit this afternoon. Our first stop was probably 200 feet uphill but so worth the walk. It was the church of Santa Mariadei Greci. The history of this church starts in the 5th century B.C. It began as a Greek temple ...
... get my car and all my belongings. Catching the boat on the night of 23rd and home by late afternoon on the 24th. Decided not to waste time in Trapani alone...can always go another time with flights from Perugia to Trapani until Oct. Just got word that the the land line and internet are connected and the red light on the elec box is on..so all that is needed is the electrician to attach it to the house. Figures when I left, all would get ...
... I was going west.. Finally found something she recognized..told me to stay there and she would sent out a search party. A nice young man who worked at the hotel, came and found me and guided me back ! Whew...nearly an hour lost. damn TOM TOM...so after leaving mycar there, they were kind enough to take me to the airport which was about 9 km away.. refused to charge me but I gave him some money anyway. What a diffferent culture when it comes to tipping or paying for ...
... how gelato maker works
- finished more cookies
- used modeling fondant to make flowers and bows
- taught how to make fondant roses
After that long day (8:00am-1:30pm 4:00pm-7:30pm) I was picked up from work by a relative, offered a scoop of the most amazing chocolate gelato the pastry shop made, and I was on my way.
When I got home I went out into the town for a nice wood burning pizza. Just thinking about it is making my tummy hungry!
While wandering through the ruins, spotted a lush valley (in said ravine) adjacent to the cliff edge. Needless to say, had to have a closer look. Giardino della Kolymbetra. Begun in 500 BC by the Greeks, when a new hydraulic system was designed to meet the cities needs. Using a network of conduits and canals, an irrigation system was also designed which enabled the transformation of the arid Sicilian earth within the ravine into ...