Another day on the road, another detour. We bade goodbye to our hosts at the Mandranova and set out for the remarkably well-preserved hunting lodge known as the Villa Romana del Casale near the town of Piazza Armerina. From walkways suspended above the mosaics we gazed at scenes of Roman hunters capturing beasts for the gladiatorial games, Orpheus charming wild animals with his beautiful singing, and bikini-clad girls tossing their blond hair as they performed their daily exercise routine. Then, because of a washed out bridge on the four-lane autostrade, which would have been the most direct route to Cefalu, our destination for the day, we had to drive the winding, narrow road through the Madonie, a national park. Perhaps it would be more apt to say that we ‘were privileged to drive’ through the park; the scenery and vistas were beyond beautiful. We did, finally, arrive in the seaside town of Cefalu. After checking into our resort hotel and enjoying a brief walking tour of our environs, it was time for good food, fine potables, and shopping and shopping and shopping and….