Finally at last on Wednesday October 17 after 14 days since we landed at Palermo’s Airport we unpacked and settled into our accommodations for the next month. A little but cozy apartment at Via Ortolano di Bardonaro, the most northern street between Corso Ruggero and Via Vittorio Emanuelle in the medieval town of Cefalú.
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On the vicinity of Agrigento we stayed at the Frattoria Mosé, a 200 years old organic farm that contrast with the architecture found in the surroundings.
Hidden from the harsh sun casting shadows on the ancient temples is the Kolymbetra Garden. Enclosed by two sand stone-limestone cliffs on the west corner of the valley is the piece of land described by Abbot of Saint Nord, 1778 as: “a small valley whose remarkable fecundity makes it resemble the Garden of Eden or a corner of the promise land”…
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