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Packed the car, tucked Basil in, and left Santa Tecla, heading to Constrada Piano Grande for our second week in Sicily. Hit the autostrada, and high tailed it to Piazza Armerina, our enroute deviation.
Had audio guides to help explain the Roman Villa that we were about to see. Fortunately, there were explanations in several languages, including english, close to the mosaic or structure being described. The audio guide's numbers and ...
I am now in Sicily. We arrived here on the 31/5/14. We took a train from Naples to Sicily, 8 long tedious hours sitting on a train and if it weren't for a kind lady that asked for some water. We expected there would be a food bar on the train but there wasn’t so the lady rang her husband who brought us pizza. The train going on the ferry to Sicily was also exciting. The water was so clear but the weather was proving to be stormy whilst we were in Sicily so we ...
- coolness: ***
- difficulty: **
- length: medium
- asphalt: good
- do it if you like: Club Med, pines, cannoli
Cyclists competing in the Tour de France get a day off to rest their weary limbs. In our case Ian gets to do his washing ( which he has been looking forward to for days) and Richard gets to visit the Valley of the Temples. Cycling without panniers was a boon but inevitably there was a10% gradient thrown in just to keep us on our toes. The Agrigento site is huge and the Temple of Concord is the best preserved Greek temple outside modern Greece. The new city is ...
Woken by thunder and torrential rain which delayed our visit to the roman villa near piazza Armerina The villa is very well preserved because it was covered in a mudslide , it's key feature is the mosaics which cover most of the floor of the large villa. Many depict hunting scenes including the capturing of lions, elephants , tigers etc for their gladiator shows. One shows women exercising in the gym in bikinis see photo. Richard took a ...