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Sicily in January? Rain? Walking Valley of the Temples OK? Or should we go someplace else?

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Planning a possible trip to Sicily in January and wondering if the weather will deter traveling place to place and viewing the sites. Should we use the train to get to major towns, then walk? Or rent a car for the 6-7 days? Are restaurants/hotels open or closed during this season? Tips of what to avoid weather-wise or other-wise appreciated. If the weather prevents an enjoyable adventure, then where in Italy do you suggest for this time of year? Thanks.

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