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... to the passing ships. Over the years, however, weather and earthquakes have done a number on the temples, and only one still stands, mostly intact, while the others are basically rebuilt columns and piles of fallen blocks.
It's a vast park with lots of walking between the sites - and today it is HOT. Too hot for this kind of sightseeing, really. Mario needs a caffe and I need something cool to ...
... much of the main Villa, including uncovering 3,500 square metres of highly detailed mosaic flooring.
We headed home after this, having covered over 600km and at least 3 naps for the day.
Dinner was at a restaurant on the Giardini Naxos waterfront called La Lampara. The pizza was called a ‘Rustica’, but was the same as ...
... at the most grotesque sights they have called the Catacombs, that house approximately 8000 mummified bodies from the 16th century, didn't stay to long it was a bit creepy(maybe not for Palermo). Next we went to the Palermo Cathedral(beautiful and massive), then at the heart of the city, quattro canti (rounded buildings at the cross roads of the old city), the fountain of shame (based on a poor attempt at a copy of the ...
... could get it and opened it up to the public. The detail in the mosaic floors is remarkable and must have taken along time for the slaves to do this. Each room has a story to tell with the mosaic patterns and our guide Franco told us the stories which all make sense when you hear and see it. We enjoyed this tour very much. We then went on to lunch at a place in the middle of nowhere and were told we would have a simple luncheon. Well it was one of the ...
... they came anywhere near us.
Later drove down to Scala dei Turchi, the Turkish steps. These are a natural phenomena, stark white and layered and extremely popular for sunbathing. Access is only 127 steps down, plus the hill.
The cemetries always seem to be on the side of a hill, with a great view. The mausoleums and rows of stacked concrete tombs gives ...