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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... views from the top, but also a little windy.
I was worried that Zara might blow off because there was no barrier on the edge.
We sat for awhile and marveled at this amazing natural wonder!
The second interesting attraction was the Valley of the Temples.
This is up on a ridge with many Greek temples and ruins dating from 500 BC.
Very impressive historical ruins.
... Today is our last day at this place and today we drove to some really old temples.
And they were really cool because they have lasted for over 2000 years and it is still standing.
They were all ruined and looked really cool. I loved it a lot.
And we spent about 4 - 5 hours there I think it was worth it.
... and they were called Valley of the Temples.
They were massive pillars and triangle roofs they were for praying to the gods.
We all saw Zeus temple.
Mum said it was the size of a football field. It was pretty big.
There was a sacrificial altar where people kill sheep to get like rain for their crops to grow.
... br> At 12.00 pm we made our way down the hill to meet the coach to take us to the Olive farm for lunch. Lorraine and Gordon, Peter and Jenny and Helen were with us too, as they had decided to have a rest too.
Caught the coach and then they went to pick up the party from the Valley of the Temples to go to the Olive Farm.
Went to Mandranova where we had a very interesting talk and taste of their oils. Then into the restaurant for ...
... patchwork quilts in the some of the floors! And they were only the servants quarters. I think I was more impressed by this than Pompeii, although two different things one a villa (enormous) and the other a city. The was built in the 3rd and 4th century A.D. and the mosaics had been covered by a mud slide and that is why they are so well preserved. Anyone going to Sicily should definitely go ...