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... they construct them, and why here, and why so many so far from home? Leaves the Rome Forum for dead. Drove up mountain to Favaro, another must see from Geoff. Just another Sicilian town- quite large. Redeeming feature was the FARM, which I am sure stands for something, and is an artists collective in an abandoned group of terrace houses. Quite interesting. Would be a ...
... tube hothouses. Followed signs to Porta in Licata and found Southern Accent fairly easily. Couldn't even get Kim to walk gangplank so looked for BnB on trip adviser, and found one which turned out to be 100mtrs from where we were. Antica Dimora San Girolamo, 45€ per night with breakfast. Lovely restored 4storey property on quiet little square. Skinny spiral staircase to room and rickety wood stairs to bathroom in alcove above bed. Very clean and comfy ...
... supported the temple of Zeus. Most of the rest of the items in the museum seemed to me to be bunched in glass cases with much important writing on mounted papers.
After an "apple break"...as in how to split 2 apples for lunch among four people we walked the Sicilian km back to the main site and dodged the entrepreneurs in the market place. We watched the dark clouds forming over the city, but arrived back at the car ...
... on the patio and couldn't talk with the wind whistling through the trees. It was not a particularly memorable lunch.
The rest of the trip for Larry and therefore for us was uneventful. We had a brief diversion to find some wine and then onto Agrigento where we checked into the hotel amid a tourist bus of 35 Americans, met some Canadians our age biking around Sicily. Now given the traffic in Sicily that is to be admired.
We only had one ...
... for forgetting to tell me to go to a different bar today. He'd tried earlier, but thought I must be asleep. In fact I was out bright and early, searching for coffee, then beginning my 'church crawl' around the medieval town. There are 13 churches and 2 monasteries! Bells were ringing in all directions, and at various times the sounds mixed in the heavy air, most churches having two pitches, and the timbres varying. Thunder even added to the effect around 11am when they were at ...