Hotel della Valle
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... soft rolls were excellent, but there was no butter, no cereal, no fruit, no tea bags or hot water. It gradually got replaced by the time we had to leave. So we had to make do with some rolls and jam. Not an ideal breakfast. Today we have to drive 250 klms. First sop was Selinunte where there was another Archeological Park. This one is not as extensive as the Valley of Temples and much was destroyed by earthquakes. However there were parts of ...
What can I say - another early start to the day. This morning we went further south to the town of Noto. The old town was destroyed by an earthquake in the 1600's, so what we see now is what was rebuilt then. The style was Sicilian Baroque - very elaborate. Huge palaces, churches and theaters line the street which was built running east to west so that there was always sunshine in the street. We had one and a half hours free time here. Then we turned north ...
... temples and sites, but provide scant little other information. We decided to walk up from the Temple of Castor & Pollux, past the Temple of Jove, up to the Temples of Hercules and Concordia, then onto the Temple of Jove. Along the way we saw various cemeteries (necropoli) among the almond and olive groves. Our plan was to finish the tour of the ruins in the morning, then visit the Archeology Museum mid day to avoid the heat. We finished the tour ...
... factory store. The process for buying cheese was as chaotic as everything else in Sicily. As we peeked at the ticket numbers in other people's hands we were able to figure out who was in front of us in line. Fortunately a pleasant older gentleman was just before us. By the time our turn came the crowd thinned considerably. We resisted the urge to buy a small piece of everything. Cheese supplies in hand, we needed bread and wine ...
... salami and cheese and a Heineken beer.
We then headed home to prepare for dinner. Fiorella made pasta with anchovy sauce, some cold meats and salad and of course wine. Never a meal goes by without vino.
We were all pretty tired after the day and so I walked back to my accommodation for a good night's sleep
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