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We have spent the last two days adjusting to the time change and meeting Magnolia. Surprise surprise she has stolen both our hearts, She is responding to us with wonderful smiles and coos. Quite a sweetheart. Nathan and Carissa's apartment is very European. Tall ceilings with chandeliers and wonderful double hinged rectangular windows. Nathan's favorite room is the ball room that they have decorated with a great dining room with a ...
We drove to a tourist information centre in Taormina to find it was closed. We drove to the road that goes up to a roman ruin to find the road closed. We realised the town was covered in black stone/ash from Mt Etna. We then tried to drive up to Mount Etna but it started to rain and was very cloudy. So we turned around and headed for Agrigento. We hadn't booked But I had a place in mind. The streets are so narrow and it ...
We had a good nights sleep and woke up to breakfast. The owner had bought us 2 ham rolls and 2 crosaunts with poppers and milk there is a coffee machine in the room. We packed our bags and walked through the dirty streets to the The Capuchin Catacombes. Which is basically a cemetery where the people stand up on display. The first monk was put here in 1599. There is a place for monks, men woman, military men ...
... you guessed it - before the tourist buses arrived! Mission accomplished.....almost. The car park was empty but the big buses park further up the road and they had already started spewing out their passengers. The Ancient Greek city site was huge and we did a lot of walking to cover what we were allowed to enter. Many parts are out of bounds to the public, which is a shame, but maybe those bits are unsafe, who ...
... soft rolls were excellent, but there was no butter, no cereal, no fruit, no tea bags or hot water. It gradually got replaced by the time we had to leave. So we had to make do with some rolls and jam. Not an ideal breakfast. Today we have to drive 250 klms. First sop was Selinunte where there was another Archeological Park. This one is not as extensive as the Valley of Temples and much was destroyed by earthquakes. However there were parts of ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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