Hotel Villa Giatra
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... way to one of the local agents and there answer was 'follow us'..
So we finally got there in the Villa. It is a wunderful place with a relatively well preserved Roman Villa from 300 years AD, with lots of mosiacs. The site is in good shape and they did a decent job in covering the remnants of the villa in a way that gives the impression of the building as it must have been in its original state. But the most fascinating thing are ...
... and there were strict signs of no entry, moreover, a number of people were working with heavy equipment to clean an old square. So my entrance was limited. But we also went to the other gate and there it only said you were not supposed to take anything from the site in remembrance of the victims. So, as this was far away from the workers, it was easy enough to get in and see the remainders of the village. It is not a pretty picture and must have been a terrible ...
... of villages, a very big industrial estate, had to go through the middle of the city in Termini Imerse and finally reached Cefalu. I had studied the map before to seek for parking spaces, but the reality turned out a bit more difficult. All streets were reserved for locals and like in most italian villages no parking space to find. So we drove and drove but finally got an excellent spot close to town where we could park the car safely. Right in time to go to the Duomo before ...
... but overall it is not really a nice city, like some of the other Italian cities.
We returned around five, did some shopping in a neighboring village and had a drink a simple dish at our own place after a short swim in the pool.
It was a nice day, warm as all the other days before, with lots of impressions and lots of activity.
Will try to post some pictures as well.
... they didn't like it. So again new papers. Well this will be my second review on travel-whatever about poor service and lack of customer service.
Finally we got our car, we ordered a Renault Clio and got away with an extended Fiat 500L. Don't know whether this is an upgrade here in Sicily but the car is definitively larger than the Clio but the streets in Sicily are not really big. Btw the car does not turn very well despite the size of the streets. ...