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A quick 2 night stay to see the couple of attractions here.
The first one we visited was the Scala dei Turcha (or Turkish Steps).
It is where a rock cliff meets the sea and looks like snow falling down the cliff.
The pristine white colour makes this area so special and unique.
It is made of marl and when wet is even said to have skin benefits.
We climbed all up and over it.
... 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.
Everyone went off this morning except 5 of us to the Valley of the Temples. As my foot needs rest and Gilberto said it was not very good for wheelchairs we decided to stay at the hotel. The coach is picking us up for the Olive Farm this afternoon at the hotel.
Absolutely beautiful gardens here, where we are sitting overlooking the Valley of the Temples in the far distance with the blue sea further on whilst I write up this blog on my ...
... where I ordered a primi of pasta, which is my usual and we bought a litre of white wine between us.
Afterwards we went to Enna and we had half an hour here as the coach parked and dropped us off at the top of the town to enjoy the views and climb up to the castle there. Neil and I obviously didn't go up the steps to the castle. Onto the Colleverde Park Hotel at Agrigento.