- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... discovered a fantastic citrus orchard at the bottom of the gorge. Nothing was ripe, though. Everything was well-marked and clean, but we found out that the park was sponsored by some pretty big grocery store chains.It had been a long day of small battles, so we finally relented and headed back to town for our bags, back to that station, and back to Palermo.
We did something easy to cap off the day, and ate at the same pizzeria ...
... we went to the UNESCO World Heritage listed Valley of the Temples. The name is a misnomer, as the temples are all located along the top of a ridge. Apparently there are 10 different temples at the site, but we only saw the 4 main ones… the Temples of Juno, Concordia, Heracles (known to us as Hercules) and Zeus. They were all in various states of disrepair, which is to be expected for 2,500 ...
... kafle uliczkami. Z ciekawych budowli widzieliśmy ruiny kościoła (bez dachu) na planie koła (rzadkość) oraz niewielki ale urokliwy teatr Garibaldi. Miasteczko charakteryzuje się tez ciekawymi malunkami na ceramice.
Spacer zakończyliśmy w nadmorskiej restauracji, mocno już wygłodzeni. Po sutym posiłku ruszyliśmy w dalszą ...
... could get it and opened it up to the public. The detail in the mosaic floors is remarkable and must have taken along time for the slaves to do this. Each room has a story to tell with the mosaic patterns and our guide Franco told us the stories which all make sense when you hear and see it. We enjoyed this tour very much. We then went on to lunch at a place in the middle of nowhere and were told we would have a simple luncheon. Well it was one of the ...
... they came anywhere near us.
Later drove down to Scala dei Turchi, the Turkish steps. These are a natural phenomena, stark white and layered and extremely popular for sunbathing. Access is only 127 steps down, plus the hill.
The cemetries always seem to be on the side of a hill, with a great view. The mausoleums and rows of stacked concrete tombs gives ...