Club Lipari Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Sicilians. Sicily was the first Roman province outside of the Peninsula. The grounds of these temples were also classrooms.
The significance of this is that the idea of universities and schools were inherited. The thoughts behind these temples, the math, architecture, and artistic beauty, has transcended through time and determined how the city of Rome and how the modern world looks. ...
... I am very excited about giving this a shot. My plan is to be there til July with a 2 week break in April, to renew my Permesso etc.., and then July return to the US for about a month..to do my CE for my investment licenses, to see my sister and family in Albuquerque, AND to sail the coast of Maine with an old friend who crewed when I sailed to Bermuda. By then I will have made my decision if I am ...
We stopped in Corleone for only about 30 minutes on our way from Palermo to Agrigento. I wish we would have had more time so I could have visited their anti-mafia museum. It was cool to wander around for a bit, though. It was clear that the city was very ashamed of how tourists associate them with their mafia past. The city was actually really clean, nice, and quiet. Not at all what I expected.
Another tick for the bucket list today. I really had a wish to see the Valley of temples in Agrigento in the south of Sicily. We had to catch the local bus as there are no tours this time of the year. After getting the information from the hotel desk it didn't seem too difficult, I had a brief lapse in remembering that we are in Italy! On arrival at the train station we were pointed in four different ways for the ...
... walls. It is also I think a job site for hundreds of years of reconstruction. We came upon a few workmen on scaffolds working on the columns which have been raised and one archaeological team reconstructing one of what appeared to be a labyrinth of ancient small shops. Only a fraction of the site has been worked on. I saw a photo of the site from the air and it is immense and stunning in its size, considering this wealthy ...