Baia d'oro hotel

Address: Contrada Mollarella, Licata, Sicily, 92027, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Contrada Mollarella, Licata.
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    Travel Blogs from Licata

    Spectalular Roman Mosaics

    A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves on May 15, 2015

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    ... hike around the valley so we, I should say I, opted to do the valley in the morning. I really wanted to be well rested. My foot is beginning to give me a bit of a problem.

    I'm so GLAD we waited to see the Valley of the Temples till tomorrow morning. We finally got our car parked and found our B&B. This is the first B&B we have stayed in this trip so far. It was quite a climb uphill, so I decided ...

    Ancient Roman Villa

    A travel blog entry by colebuck on Jan 06, 2015

    ... depicting Greek mythology, the rise of the Roman Empire, and specific uses of certain rooms indicate the life and style of art that's seen by the Ancient Roman culture in Rome today. The Romans would've used the villa as a living space, dining area, bathing location, etc. It was easy to tell that the villa was a ...

    Greek Amphitheaters

    A travel blog entry by colebuck on Jan 06, 2015

    ... people in attendance. Years later, the same type of architecture of these ancient Greek amphitheaters was re-established in Rome. Its seems that the Ancient Romans used the design of these ancient Greek amphitheaters in the development of there own entertainment facilities. The architectural design of the large stone amphitheater even resembled the inside design of the Colosseum, built centuries ...

    Valley of Temples

    A travel blog entry by gunnarpatrick on Jan 05, 2015

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    ... their festivals surrounded the gods, their wars depended on the gods, and their societies were fixed upon the gods. When the Romans eventually conquered Greece, they adopted these ideas and their culture as well became fixated upon the gods. These temples were not only great works of art and architecture that we have today, but central social artifacts that tell of their ...

    Valle dei Templi

    A travel blog entry by colebuck on Jan 05, 2015

    ... was nothing short of astonishing. They stood alone at the peak of this great hill, overlooking the surrounding city and the ocean close by. The architecture displayed by these temples was later used by the Romans in their creation of many temples and monuments during the erection of the great Roman Empire. A well-known example of this would be the ...