Hotel Dei Pini

Address: S.S.115 - C/da San Calogero, Porto Empedocle, Sicily, 92014, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Del Mar area of Porto Empedocle, is near Temple of Concord, Eraclea Minoa, Duomo (Agrigento), and Abbazia di Santo Spirito.
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      Travel Blogs from Porto Empedocle

      April Fools

      A travel blog entry by expatgal8 on Apr 01, 2015

      22 photos

      ... Walking down the street today was pure joy..everyone I met just stopped with loud BEN TORNATA greetings, hugs and kisses..stopping a car to get out to do so, etc. It was so warming and welcoming. This just continued all day wherever I went..and everyone wanting to know what was happening..etc. I will be returning April 21st with my dear friend Manuela..for a week..hope and pray power is up and if not, not sure what we will do. I will get this sent and resume before I ...

      Home Sweet Home

      A travel blog entry by expatgal8 on Mar 18, 2015

      3 comments, 24 photos

      ... hasn't been too cold..mornings getting out of bed is a bit cooler than usual but not unbearable. I usually do some exercises on the bike and weights to get going. I don't sleep as well..wake up every day about 5:30--6:30 am. sometimes fall back to sleep, or sometimes I grab my book and just read. The road from hell to the house is getting worse.. Once the rain stops, it supposedly will be filled in and graded. Added more pics that tell their own story. The ...

      Ancient Roman Villa

      A travel blog entry by colebuck on Jan 06, 2015

      Upon our time in Sicily, we toured an Ancient Roman Villa that would've been used by the Romans around the time of Christ. The villa was massive in size considering the time period it was built, and it would've been used by a wealthier class of Roman citizens during its era. Intricate mosaics covered the walls and floors of the ...

      Greek Amphitheaters

      A travel blog entry by colebuck on Jan 06, 2015

      ... rested on. When we got to what seemed like the highest point of the city, we entered a small Greek amphitheater. The amphitheater still had some remains of ancient columns and arches behind the stage that were built a couple hundred years BC. From the stands of the amphitheater, there was a magnificent view overlooking the ocean. Although the amphitheater was small in size, the view ...

      Valley of Temples

      A travel blog entry by gunnarpatrick on Jan 05, 2015

      1 photo

      ... a town on the coast, temples that the Greeks built to honor their gods two and a half millenniums ago still stand today. Greece became very powerful and traveled all over the Mediterranean. Where ever they set foot, they would construct temples to assure the gods were on their side. With remarkable architecture and using local stone, large Doric columns arose that help up ...