Hotel Baglio Basile
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Sicily was absolutely beautiful! Words cannot describe it and the pictures do it no justice. The first day we saw Monreale just outside of Palermo. It is a beautiful church with gold mosaics. Then we went to Selinunte which has a bunch of Greek temple ruins. Sicily is central in the Mediterranean and was taken over by everyone at some point. ...
... great temples and two harbours. It was sacked in 409 BC by Carthage (Tunisia today) and never really recovered. This was followed by an earthquake in the 8th century. Apparently from the air you can see the columns fell like dominoes. Why did I think these ruins were the best? I think it is because the preserve is large and there are no encroaching cities or industries. The ruins of eight temples plus the houses, shops, gates ...
... we would never have found the restaurant. On the way back we visited the ancient town of Erice, perched high on top of Mt Erice. Spectacular views from everywhere, steep narrow cobbled streets and beautiful medieval architechture. Probably, the best bit was the drive up with Jo's grip on the door handle tightening at every hairpin bend! 26 September Bronte is on strike today. There is no way on Earth that she is going off in the car to look at another ...
... trip up to Erice. A hilltop town not far from Trapani. It was an interesting enough little village to walk around, quite touristy, but so grey compared to other Italian villages that I have seen on the mainland. Erice was also where we got our first parking ticket and ate our worst pizza yet! By now we are pizza experts. On the 1st September not only did the weather cool but the crowds magically disappeared. Shops stopped replacing items on the shelves and the beaches were ...
Około pierwszej ruszyliśmy z Selinunte w dalszą drogę, do oddalonego o 20-30 km miasta Mazara del Vallo. Trafiliśmy tam akurat w porze sjesty, więc uliczki były praktycznie jak wymarłe. Przechadzaliśmy się spokojnie, nieco już znuzeni wycieczką do Selinunte, po pustych ulicach, wyłożonych gładziutkimi, ...