November 17th–December 2nd, 2016

    • Greek wine urn used at big gatherings.
    • A relaxed messager god, Hermes.
      • Little mold and casting used as temple offerings.
          • Tempio di Hera
            • 800 year old olive tree
                • Tempio della Concordia—the most beautifully preserved Greek temple in the world.
                    • Tempio di Ercole (Hercules)
                      • The collapsed Temple of Jupiter.
                          • Girgentana Goat, actually native to Agrigento, with twisted horns.
                          • Array of delights for breakfast.
                          • Leaving our agritourismo in Agrigento.
                          • Di Maggio coffee bar, for a rest stop.
                          • Decorated expresso at Di Maggio
                          • Sicilian marzipan in the shape of fruits.
                          • Oh the places we go!
                            • Since becoming a UNESCO World Heritage site, they have the money to fully protect all the rooms.
                            • One of the larger mosaic floors.
                            • Animals surrounding a central courtyard.
                            • Goat
                            • Boar
                            • Antelope
                            • Details from the Great Hunting Scene. Carrying a boar.
                            • Pulling an elephant onto a ship for transport.
                            • Rhinoceros.
                            • Ostrich.
                            • Restored statue. The Romans usually copied Greek statues.
                            • Basilica. A basilica is any large meeting hall.
                            • Room of the Ten Girls—bikini clad athletes.
                            • The center one is getting an award, perhaps at an Olympic games.
                            • Fishing. The fisherman look like cherubs.
                                • Agriturismo where we ate all native grown food.
                                • Antipasto
                                • Ragusa, on a hill.
                                • Our hotel in Ragusa. The rooms were in separate buildings. Ours was way up several flights of outside stairs.
                                • In our room.