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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... fully occupied- we were the only ones there apart from 2 workers. Back to Licata and dinner at a local family owned seafood place near the marina - mum and dad in the kitchen and two brothers on the floor. Felt like being in an Italian nona's house with ornaments and pictures everywhere, and 50 yo cabinetry. Food ok- squid ink pasta the tastiest and blackest that I have ...
... tube hothouses. Followed signs to Porta in Licata and found Southern Accent fairly easily. Couldn't even get Kim to walk gangplank so looked for BnB on trip adviser, and found one which turned out to be 100mtrs from where we were. Antica Dimora San Girolamo, 45€ per night with breakfast. Lovely restored 4storey property on quiet little square. Skinny spiral staircase to room and rickety wood stairs to bathroom in alcove above bed. Very clean and comfy ...
Did you know that Sicily has more Ancient Greek temples than Greece? I'll bet you did. I seem to recall from the depths of school learning that fact. We spent the day wandering ancient Agrakas, an opulent city which is the most significant ancient site in Sicily.
It is called the Valley of the Temples but it is not really a valley but a number of Greek Doric temples that stand imposingly on a ...
... of the beach, which is said to be littered with military pillboxes from WW II but the oil refinery along the way combined with the totally unappealing look of the industrial wasteland of the area caused us to drive on to Falconara to the west where we stopped for lunch. The wind was ferocious and if there had been an inviting beach would have swept us off.
I haven't mentioned it before but Larry is a WW II amateur historian who seems to have ...
... pear plantations making use of otherwise difficult soil, rolling plains with market gardens planted in neat rows, groves of olives, lemons and oranges, pruned in that familiar Italian way, even some eucalypt plantations as we neared the south coast. We stopped at a number of stations, and I don't think anyone else got on, but by the time we reached Agrigento Centrale, I was the only remaining passenger. Agrigento station was very quiet. (Palermo's population is about 600,000, ...