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... while we continued our journey to Agrigento. When we arrived we were taken to see some temples built in 500BC by the greeks who invaded this territory. We keep being amazed, thinking what else is there to see but there is always more. These temples have no roofs but the pillars are still there and we wondered whether Paul had walked where we were walking. As lunch was late today being at 2.00pm till 3.30pm, dinner wasn't until 8.30pm. Franco, our ...
... did a brilliant job and we had three delicious giant pizza's and were all too full to eat the BBQ meat I'd bought 'just in case' it all proved to be too difficult.
We got up early (some of the party with sore heads, male and under 31) and all went to the airport for Adam and Suzanne and Tom and his Uni friend Richard to catch the plane. Having waved goodbye to them, boo hoo, Charlie and I set off for Piazza Armenia where there is a wonderful ...
Agrigento valley of the temple To the port and have a espresso Then Ragusa parked at a bridge and see someone marrying in the church Bought wine in Modica welcome to the paradise Arrive at Noto and bought postcard See tree gap and nice archi with a concert ongoing Have a dinner in Syracuse and nice pasta and seafood Jeng room and watch Italy vs England ...
... swim and sun before a late brunch. The grader continued to work along the beach, with a new wine bar getting close to completion.
Thought we'd " be cool ", so arrived at our local pizzeria at 20.30, only to find the family/staff still having dinner. Oh well. We were the only people in the restaurant. While greeted as long lost friends, Tina was sent for post haste ...
... The Greeks certainly knew what they were doing in choosing that specific ridgeline. Not only would it be easily defendable, but the Temples would be obvious over the surrounding plains. Eight temples over 2km, an impressive sight, then and now.
On top of this ridgeline the greeks had also built a swimming pool....the mind boggles.
The adjacent town of Akragas, later Agrigento, was also enclosed by the defensive walls, ...
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