Agriturismo B&B Casale Di Gricciano
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- Swimming pool
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- Continental Breakfast
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Leisurely start to the day. A bit of a lie in and then bacon and eggs. Blew the microwave up and cut all the power off. Soon restored power but microwave as poorly as the Monty Python Norwegian Blue. Went to the seaside! It is 32C today. Santa Severa first with a big medieval castle, free to enter, but when we try to go in the lady says it is time for siesta and they would reopen in 3 hours. Landispoli next, a cross between Skeggie and Benidorm without the ...
... are 92,000 special permits that have been issued so there is nowhere in the city that is pedestrian only! Our Austrian, Italian guide was hilarious as she gave out these facts. Very scathing at times. 2nd September 2015 Today we are supposed to go and see the Vatican Museums but we have opted out. Things that have put us off are the long queues, the heat and the fact that we are all Romed out! Yes it would be great to look at again but ...
... here, hurtling over the Adriatic toward Dubrovnik with my legs jammed against the seat in front of me on an hour-and-a-half delayed EasyJet flight, I can’t help but feel like it’s off to an auspicious start.
(Also, I'm actually in Croatia right now and left Rome a couple days ago, but due to some shaky WiFi I couldn't post this until now and still can't put pictures on here either... Pages of text it is!)
... together. We stayed in a monastery at night. It was very comfortable, and the nun that met us was great. The language barrier a little challenging, however Helen can speak a little Italian. They even prepared breakfast for us. Tea, coffee and biscotti. The only downside of the day is I lost a scarf on the track. Some people coming after us saw it but left it there. It might show up. If not I hope someone enjoys it. We carry so little we get attached ...
... without flash, so excuse the shakiness and poor lighting.
We walked all around St Peter's Square trying to find the Sistine Chapel. We'd imagined it to be a standalone chapel (which is what a lot of maps seem to indicate). But actually it shares the entrance with the ...