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... I am very excited about giving this a shot. My plan is to be there til July with a 2 week break in April, to renew my Permesso etc.., and then July return to the US for about a month..to do my CE for my investment licenses, to see my sister and family in Albuquerque, AND to sail the coast of Maine with an old friend who crewed when I sailed to Bermuda. By then I will have made my decision if I am ...
... great temples and two harbours. It was sacked in 409 BC by Carthage (Tunisia today) and never really recovered. This was followed by an earthquake in the 8th century. Apparently from the air you can see the columns fell like dominoes. Why did I think these ruins were the best? I think it is because the preserve is large and there are no encroaching cities or industries. The ruins of eight temples plus the houses, shops, gates ...
... It was pretty good but the thing that we like most was the display of cigarette butts that the sculptor had found in the sand while he was working. We thought it was a powerful statement and congratulated the guy heartily. He was very pleased, so I guess we were the first people to have noticed. (Hopefully not). Then onto the restaurant for lunch. Yes, we ordered the couscous and seafood, while B and F got stuck into some calamari. All very tasty and without the ...
Około pierwszej ruszyliśmy z Selinunte w dalszą drogę, do oddalonego o 20-30 km miasta Mazara del Vallo. Trafiliśmy tam akurat w porze sjesty, więc uliczki były praktycznie jak wymarłe. Przechadzaliśmy się spokojnie, nieco już znuzeni wycieczką do Selinunte, po pustych ulicach, wyłożonych gładziutkimi, ...
... and drop us off to the Acropolis. It is a long walk, probably not worth taking in a hot summer's day.
Next stop was Segesta. Another 6 Euros, plus E1.50 for shuttle all the way to the top of the hill to check out the Amphitheatre. It was a steep climb, and with the scorching summer sun, it's worth taking the shuttle. On the way down, a walk would give photo opportunities with a different ...