La Costa B&B
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We are off to the north on Monday so have spent our last few days here catching up with the laundry, taking an odd walk and preparing our packing and the car for the long trip back.
Formia has been a good base to allow us to explore the region and we have especially enjoyed the Roman experiences around Mount Vesuvius. It has taken us a little longer to get to places then we had thought, ...
Lazy stroll today around to the old Roman port of Formia.
Again, testament to the building skills of the Romans, the port still remains today and would have been a lovely spot to head out for your fishing trips. It is now in a protected zone but as with most of Italy's ancient remains, is fully accessible to all.
The port is on a walk that loops around the headland and also goes up to an old water storage tank, again in a good state of preservation with views out to sea.
... why we had eaten so much and with such huge portions, why Italians are not fatter!
On Monday Jane and Mark took the train into Rome for a tour of the main sights and lunch, while we enjoyed the sunshine on our roof terrace. We spent our final evening together playing cards... Mark taught us "Spelt".
Drop off back at the airport on Tuesday and was great to see them both and have some English conversation - funny how much you miss it.
... call, and then all was silent. I wonder if the bear was trying to raid the bee hives again and the owner was scaring it off. Maybe this time the electric fence around the hives worked and made the bear call out that first time. Actually, on Wednesday night the bear had gone back to L'Ape e L'Orso and destroyed all the remaining hives. The owner, while being reimbursed for the damage by the park service, was going to need to relocate the hives for ...
... became clear that he hadn't actually died, his bodyguard smothered him with a pillow!
The villa itself was huge and they're still excavating it, but you can clearly see the layout of the central courtyard, individual rooms, a couple of bread ovens and the gymnasium.
The grotto is a natural sea cave that the Romans adapted to display statues and built walls to create ...