Situated in the lovely mountain town of Monreale, this enclosed garden offered a beautiful mix of nature and artifice. With Byzantine, Islamic, and Norman influences, the eclectic architecture complemented the wide array of wildlife (birds, lizards, even a dragonfly!).
Later, in the village square, David and I espied and desired a wild orange. We picked and are it, and shared around. We later discovered that it was (aptly) named the “inedible” orange.
Sometimes when you roll the dice, you come up short