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... which was closed for repairs, so I took a look in the open area, but also had a wander around the museum, which was free to enter, and housed many cathedral artifacts and paintings. There are some really good views from the town down to where the temples are, so I spent a lot of time sitting and taking it in...
So from tomorrow I'll be in hostels all the way, I'll enjoy this last bit of peace and quiet while I can!! I'll hope to update again soon :-)
... get to Mandranova without a car.
Planning my next trip to Sicily. On my list to date is: Matera and the hotel, Le Grotte della Civita; Taormina (town to visit and stay) and Contrada Mandranova (place to stay).
The countryside in Sicily is very picturesque - very green; rolling countryside; villages on the top of hills; vineyards everywhere.
We have had to eat at the hotel the last two nights because the Colleverde Park Hotel is near ...
... and invention as well as their extent".
Our final stop was at the town of Enna, perched high on a hilltop. Enna's claim to fame is that it is situated dead centre in Sicily. The views from the town were breathtaking. However, there was a general consensus amongst the group that Enna was a waste of time.
The hotel, Colleverde Park Hotel is a lovely hotel with extensive gardens and a view of the Valley of the Temples. This is a family ...
The morning started with us separating our washing into delicates and others, Donna Franca helped with the finer details of her washing machine.
We had overshot the valley by some 7 miles so cycled back to the archaeological site which is vast and was home to some 200,000 inhabitants. I will let my learned friend fill you in on the 10 temples and other historic aspects of the site.
Mazara is the biggest fishing port in Italy. It also has a long and interesting history: founded by the Phoenicians it was overrun by the Greeks in the fifth century BC before being recaptured by the Carthaginians in 409 BC when they destroyed Selinunte. It was one of the last Carthaginian strongholds to hold out against the Romans, falling eventually in 210BC. The Greeks will have taken control again in the sixth century AD, this time from Constantinople but Mazara then ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility