Hotel della Valle
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... never seen that done before. We thought that maybe it gets almost too hot here and the netting provides a little bit of shade. I'm going to have to Google that because I'm really curious.
We drove to the town of Piazza Armerina and the Villa Romana del Casale. This villa was a huge and scrumptious house believed to have been owned by Maximianus Herculeus who was co-emeror from AD 289 to 309. The mosaics ...
This is not for me..and only a matter of time before I bagged it. I knew I wasn't going beyond May when I arrived home. I will go back the 21st and I got an apt via airbnb in Trapani center until the 29th April and will travel around the Trapani area, go to the Egadi islands and then go back to the house and pack up my stuff and come back to home sweet home. I am quite happy about returning. My boat leaves Palermo April 30th at 10 pm. Got ...
... NEVER happen in the states!!! He was still apologizing for the 30 min wait..yes, a bit long, but we were in the sun and it was delightful. Came back mid afternoon and hit the olive grove and started picking up all the branches left from 300 pruned olive trees. We piled some up to be burned later..too windy here to chance it. I am not sure about all this and must wait til I get back from Paciano to see how it is with Electricity and the normal routines of taking care ...
... relationships are one of the most important things to them. I continued to talk about my travels, where I was staying, who my family was (I was lucky enough to have family the town over), and then it was time to work.
Things I did on my first day:
- helped with small pastries (filled and cut swams/cream puffs)
- cut cookies (hearts, linzers)
- filled cookies with apricot filling and nutella
- dipped cookies in chocolate
- cut marzipan ...
After Paul's morning swim, (I supervised), headed into Agrigento to The Valley of the Temples. Wandered into the city centre in case the tourist office was open. It wasn't. Had a coffee in a leafy square before continuing.
This is the first city where we've actually seen homeless people living in the city parks. In southern Italy we often wondered where some people slept, but nothing obvious.
And in stark contrast, the Valle ...