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... find the 3rd century Greek theater, located slightly above the city. We paid our 8 Euro entry fee and climbed to the last row of the theater. The view of the sea was stunning. The day was hot, well into the 90s, but the hike was well worth it. Built by the Greeks and modified by the Romans the theater is still used today for concerts. Those Greeks appreciated the importance of location! Today the city uses the old theater for special events. We noticed that an ...
... it imposes it..... Like a Molopo in Italy..... With no wifi and the peace and quiet, all we can do is faciamo relax.....
Monday was another shopping day as we promised the girls we could find H&M, they bought quite few reasonably priced things there last time we were in Italy. Highlight of the trip was finding and eating arancini! Balls made of risotto, filled with ragu / mozzarella, crumbed and deep ...
... in the 12thC totally covering the villa and its out buildings ensured that the Villa was preserved virtually intact till excavations began in the early 1900's.
While the magnificence of the estate is obvious, it is the mosiacs that are responsible for its listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was estimated that there are over 4200 sq yards of mosiacs. It is as large as it sounds! Each and every room had mosiacs on the ...
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 ...
... the GPS gets you off that Strada Provinciale to visit two natural reserves on the same morning.
Pino d'Aleppo is a quiet landlocked area offering 50 shades of green in pines, olive groves, and meadows cut to pieces by those cute stone fences, where - in palpable serenity - teeny tiny lizards and gigantic beetles have not been interrupted for centuries in their game of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service