Hotel Villa Giulia
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... of B&B Diana. It seemed to be the only actual restaurant in the old center. Opted for the three course fixed menu dinner, something we seldom do because it's usually just too much food. One would have been sufficient for the two of us, but we wanted to try a couple of the primi course dishes, so what the heck.
When the antipasti plated arrived, we know we had made a mistake. One of the plates would ...
... revolve and it plays Ave Maria. It was OK, but chiming clocks are fast approaching THE LIST – (ruins, floating markets and farms!!)
We got back onto the boat, bid Allegra and her lips Ciao and dined at La Pergola – the fine dining section of the ship. We had a huge Italian banquet and I’m expanding at a rapid rate. If I keep eating at this rate, I’m gonna need my own ship!!
We then sailed ...
We had to drive back to Agrigento to pick up car focuments that we had left behind.Marchese Sala. Kindly Barbara, a lovely German woman we had met, communicated with Ignazio the owner and we arrived in the middle of market day. Round and round we went. Couldn't park, so I ran in. Barbara asked us to view her apartment before we left do ...
... s gym that was built into the lower level of the house, was also pretty impressive. She teaches Zumba and other classes there, as well as renting it out for dance classes etc. I'm sorry I didn't get a chance to join in a Zumba class while we were there. Walking around town with Maria, I think she knew every mom and little girl we passed. And as a teacher for many years, Lillo seemed to know the rest!
When Gord and ...
... A.D. The mosaics of the extensive and extravagant villa are the reason it was named as a UNESCO site in in 1997. Dated back to 320-350 A.D., the villa most likely belonged to a member of Rome’s senatorial class.