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... big fan of fish, unless it is a piece of flake from the local fish shop. So I will come back and finish this after I get back (if I haven't had too much of a good time). Well I didn't get to finish last night because we got back quite late. One of the guests was left at the hotel by mistake and we had to wait for a taxi to bring him to the bus. There were a lot a "Madonna's" being said, especially by our tour leader Loredana. We missed seeing ...
... a bathing cap. You could buy one for €4.00. No thank you. So we sat on the edge and dangled our feet in. It was great - our feet loved it. Dinner was a selection of antipasti followed by pasta, then veal parma without the breadcrumbs but with eggplant,carrots and potatoes, followed by cherry ice cream. Very filling. Edie has given up waiting for me to finish and is asleep, so I think it's time to turn off the light. Two more days in Sicily. We really like it ...
SEPT 12 - PICTURES ADDED. It proved fortunate for us that the day started a bit overcast. Although humid and into the mid 80s, it would have felt much hotter if the skies were clear skies. We arrived at the Valley of the Temples just after it opened - 8:45. It was hard to believe we were at the correct location given the rutted and dusty parking lot, and ramshackle ticket office. The €1 map we got from the parking attendant showed the locations of ...
... Traffic congestion picked up as we approached the Agrigento/Porto Empedocle area. We decided to take advantage of the fact that it was late afternoon and stop at the tourism office in Agrigento. Aided by the metal caste street map we seem to find in each city, we charted a course that we hoped would get us to where we needed to go. A few minutes later we arrived at the tourism office. They were able to give us a map of ...
... Unesco world heritage site since 1998.
Along a long rocky scarp, chosen as the southern limit of the town, are still sited the great temples of ancient Akragas: the Temple of Hera (Juno) Lacinia,Concordia, Heracles (Hercules), Olympian Zeus (Jupiter), Castor and Pollux (Dioscuri) and Hephaistos (Vulcan). Further down, on the bank of the Akragas river, near a medical ...
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