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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 ...
... land and is called the granary of Italy. From orange trees to almonds, pistachios, olives, grapes etc, as far as the eye can see from valley low to mountain high. We reached the hotel in Agrigento at 2.40 and quickly put our hand luggage in our rooms before returning to the bus at 3.00 for our tour of the Valley of Temples. Covering about 100 acres, we took in the 4 main sites. Three of them were partial buildings, but the Temple of Concord was nearly ...
... special tickets were needed, but we got no where. Frustrated, we headed back to our B&B to plan the rest of our day in Agrigento. After a quick shower to cool down, we headed to nearby San Leone (the beach near Agrigento) for our mid day meal. We had read about a great restaurant, il Pescatore, that we wanted to try. True to its name the menu had a great selection of fish and seafood dishes. We had spaghetti with sardines, fennel, pine ...
... traffic in Trapani and Marsala, and take a break from touring ruins (the sprawling ruins at Salenunti were along our route today). Instead we chose a leisurely drive along the rural coast roads (SP 115). As we picked our way south from Trapani we ran across a small building with a sign -Caseificio Ingardia. Something in the name and the bustling traffic into and out of the place told us to turn around. Sure enough, it was the ...
... 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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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed