Locanda del Castello

Address: Via Monastero Grande, 23, Sciacca, Sicily, 92019, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Via Monastero Grande, 23, Sciacca, is near Archeological Museum.
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      Selinunte, Sicily

      A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Oct 24, 2014

      19 photos

      ... and fortifications stand above the sea in isolation. Because he could wander into the temples, around them and through the huge fallen columns Gary felt he got a better sense of Ancient Greek architecture than in Athens where the city surrounds the archaeological sites and in some cases over shadows them. The sun was shining, the wind blowing and the sea changing colours of turquoise. It was perfect.

      The oldest temples are ...

      The Valley of the Temples, Agrigento, Sicily

      A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Oct 23, 2014

      16 photos

      ... U-shaped grooves on the stone blocks used for the ropes of the cranes which lifted the blocks. We posed the engineer beside them.

      At this point we trudged the Sicilian km (meaning much longer than the advertised km) up the hill to the Museo Archeologico which contains well preserved relics of the digs. Lois and Larry checked off the top ten items; I strolled through, pausing to gaze at the Telamon, one of 38 colossal ...

      Agrigento, Sicily

      A travel blog entry by doreenmullins.7 on Oct 22, 2014

      12 photos

      ... store also made me sad.

      The drive today also was past a couple goat herds but miles of low slung green houses which seemed to be protecting vegetables from the sun and wind. They were from road side to sea side. That must be a positive thing economically speaking for the region, if not very attractive.

      The thing that did get to me a bit on the drive was the refuse and plastic bags being blown by the wind. It is as if nobody cares so dump ...

      Agrigento Adventures

      A travel blog entry by margarnold on Oct 04, 2014

      2 comments, 26 photos

      ... Perhaps 30 mins later, the outdoor area was a good half inch deep, and I was pleased to be wearing shoes, not sandals. I still hadn't been given my bill - the poor waiters were run off their feet. It would have been easy to escape, but I'd enjoyed my second meal at the Ferro di Cavallo, so I just gave the cashier what I thought I owed. With the rain easing a little, I ran the 700 metres back to Via Divisi, pursued all the while by umbrella-wallahs. Morning brought blue skies ...

      Valley of the Temples

      A travel blog entry by bruce-abernethy on Sep 23, 2014

      13 photos

      ... experience has aged me at least 10 years! They make even the drivers in Bagheria look calm and sensible by comparison. Never mind though, we got through unscathed and managed to navigate to the the Valley of the Temples. The Valley of the Temples incorporates a complex of temples and walls from the ancient Greek city of Akragas. There are about 10 ruins that make up the site. It was pretty warm the day we there (+35º) and hard going across the terrain, so we ...