La Casa Dei Carrai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal;">But this is a hidden gem, so put it on your list! Really beautiful!
Then we just kept going South, keeping the water on our right until we arrived at a little place called Tarquinia, and ultimately Tarquinia Lido, where we found an reasonable camp as good as on the beach (you have to cross the road), and with plenty of shady trees.
... large catacombs which originally house the well and reservoir for water storage. You need water when fighting the hordes. Aptly now many of these have been converted into restaurants and wine cellars. We drove up to our parking area for the bus. Out of the bus. With our personal possessions, whilst a mini bus would take up our suitcases. As the Colonel's batman I had a day pack, camera bag, Insite bag and Emma's 15 kg carry on leather bag whilst The Colonel had her sling ...
... that the swimming pool is shut (as is the disco but that’s not such a bad thing) and the campsite is busy, especially as today is a public holiday in Italy, Republic Day, celebrating the birth of the Italian Republic in 1946. Most Italians are making the most of a long weekend. The campsite is also hosting two sets of German teenagers on their school trip along with the usual Dutch and German contingent. We ...
... gets their first parking ticket. The parking signs are a little confusing. Anyway off we go and finally get to Pienza. This was a bit of a let down and we decide to go home to out villa. We arrive at 5.30 and we are all exhausted. It was a very testing day of driving for both those in the front and the back. The Italian drivers are crazy. It is now time to relax with a few wines. This turns into four bottles of wine and two bottles of Lemonchello and finally to bed at ...
... was beautiful. Lit a candle for my mom and dad - which I've been doing at each church. Met Mark, Judy and Colette in Casciano (the small town nearest our villa) for dinner. The restaurant didn't open till 19:30 though so we bought some playing cards and went to a bar to drink and play hearts. Then on to dinner which was really good ...