Hotel Villa Peretti
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... pretty big rainstorms recently, there are areas where mud has washed onto the roads, sometimes as much as 8"or 10" thick. Fortunately, navigable paths have been plowed through the mud, likely by adjacent farmers.
There is no substitute for having a car to explore and really experience the remote countryside. Most of you know I've had a lifelong love affair with cars, anyway. Among my earliest and fondest ...
... Well, there will be more beaches.
We drove a short distance to the small fishing village of Marzamemi, which has apparently successfully made the transition from tuna to tourism. A small central core and marina whose centuries-old stone homes and processing plants have been converted to restaurants, B&B's and ceramic shops. Sounds tacky, but if it helps preserve ...
I am still amazed and in awe of what civilisations of thousands of years ago built, and that so many still remain. In Siracusa there was an archaeological area which was a quarry for stone for buildong, probably from about 3000 years ago. It was a closed quarry which collapsed in an earthquake so what we see today is as if the roof collapsed. There was also an amphitheatre, ...
On leaving Agrigento we experienced all seasons. During breakfast we had a thunderstorm with torrential rain. Schools had been closed for the day due to flooding. Driving through flooded roads the skies cleared. Later we had pea soup fog, what a day for the poor driver. In the Ragusa region we visited a winery to taste some of its products, wine and olive oil. This region is famous for its rich red wines but ...
... very low traffic. The ride is mostly easy with some up hill on the way. Find a place to eat lunch.
On this tour you can follow in the footsteps of Commissario Montalbano in the most authentic Sicily with its baroque cities, nature and sea. Author Andrea Camileri chose eastern Sicily as a
setting for the investigations carried out by his inspector Montalbona. He used imaginary names such as Vigata, ...