Agriturismo Capo Corso
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Flew from Bolognia to Palermo Sicily. Maggi was a trooper on this hour and a half jaunt. Rented a car and drove across the island to Agrigento. Stayed in a resort villa overlooking the Concordia ruins, dating back to 5 BC. Described as Athens with improvements these ruins state the opulence of the of Agrigento before the conquering by the Carthiginians, Romans , ...
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The last couple of weeks I have been floating around Sicily and can happily confirm that conditions have improved greatly since cat mauling/sugar daddy scenarios from previous entry!
I first arrived in the capital, Palermo, crazy,dirty,delicious Palermo. Palermo is a fantastic city, deep in grunge and decay, it still maintains a youthful university student atmosphere and its historic beauty. Greatest achievement - nearly finishing a ...
... piazza and walked inside a couple monuments. Down in the fish market it was hectic. People everywhere yelling their deals and others purchasing them. Most of the sea food was still alive… at one point, a man dropped one of the octopus from his hands. It hit the ground, changed colors, and began moving away. There were cuttlefish, swordfish, octopus, giant tuna, clams, mussels, etc; I haven't ever seen this kind of variety. ...
... the town. It was dark by this point but he assured me it was a safe area. I ended up walking to a piazza. It was beautiful at night. There is a large fountain in the middle and small shops and restaurants around it. On the farthest side is a palace of some sort. I bought a gelato and sat, watching a group of guys play soccer in the center. It was starting to get chilly so I got back up after eating my gelato and walked around on side streets. Rounding back, I came upon a ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking