La Casa Dei Carrai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... mosaics, which took almost 300 years to build. Even the detailed stone paving leading up to the steps indicates that one is approaching a special place. The interior is decorated with Luca Signorelli's frescoes, created from 1499-1504 including his famous depiction of the Last Judgment. The Duomo complex includes several additional museums which we plan to visit tomorrow, so we are back to our B&B to get ready for our trip outside of town for wine tasting.
... compared to our home in Brisbane, and I do enjoy our little 'home'.
I do 'pink' jobs and David does 'blue' ones.
Italy is good and bad - warm, cheap, a bit scruffy, but welcoming.
Seeing so much old, beautiful and interesting things, and a variety of places.
Favourite places? : Positano, Capri, San Gimignarno.
Today we bicycled alongside Lake Bolsena, to the old town (so many of them perched on hilltops and so old and ...
... Much of the excavation had also been done for the raw materials in the form of pozzolana a type off volcanic rock used in ancient building construction. We were told up until 1990 around 400 caves had been identified but after they found what are called cave 6 and 536 that number has since grown to 1200, almost every house in Orvieto has a cellar associated with it and while they all used to be connected they are largely closed up defining which cave belongs to who, these are ...
We left the Amalfi Coast /Sorrento on Sunday 21st and made our way to Gaeta, on the coast not far from Napoli...
I think I may have mentioned that this camp was just.....gross, ugly, ****, and not very nice....And could easily rank near the top ...
A later start this morning and a hearty breakfast at our villa near Todi, but soon we were off again. This time to Orvieto, 45 minutes drive away . The car park had a lift that whisked us up to the top of the cliff that Orvieto is perched on. While we wandered up through the narrow street with ancient stone buildings built In the Etruscan era, 2500 years ago.
David and ...