Hotel del Viale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... they construct them, and why here, and why so many so far from home? Leaves the Rome Forum for dead. Drove up mountain to Favaro, another must see from Geoff. Just another Sicilian town- quite large. Redeeming feature was the FARM, which I am sure stands for something, and is an artists collective in an abandoned group of terrace houses. Quite interesting. Would be a ...
... right road. Drive was ok on secondary highway- a hooker on every exit- but got lost in Gela as no road signage. After a few loops looking for a sign to Licata I headed south, clipping a couple of car mirrors on narrow streets- traffic was bedlam. A couple of guys beside road pointed us in right direction- I wasn't too far off, just missed one unmarked turn. Country looks very dry and bony- hard farming. Mainly citrus, olives, grapes, the odd cow and lots capsicum ...
... of the most important towns in the region , although never as powerful as Syracuse.
We did our usual early start, drove down a few kms to the car park and then for three Euros each took a taxi back up to the entrance. This way you can start at the highest point at the Temple of Juno, which dates from 450 BC and work your way down the "valley". Amazingly in
the Temple of Juno 25 of the original 34 columns, including ...
... get back to the hotel after passing what we would consider a not very obvious sign. A big step up from yesterday. And today the driver occasionally rebelled against the navigator. No narrow streets despite suggested GPS shortcuts. Three days to go Larry and you won't have 3 navigators to read the signs. Hang in there.
We are here. We are fine. Tomorrow the winds should be down and the thunderstorm warning up for mid afternoon. Clearly we get out ...
... to have any real candles apart from those actually in use during a service. So you can pay your few cents to turn on a battery powered candle for someone. And I've neglected to mention Luigi Pirandello, who was born in 1867 at Port Empedocle. He is a local hero, with Piazzas and a Theatre named after him. The play season has already finished for 2014. Apparently there's a school report of his here, showing very poor results in his Italian language! His ashes are in the Museum ...