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After a very stormy night we took our time getting going, whilst Les got ready for us to leave, I walked Logan to the beach, the dug up sand sea defence had stood up to the storm and all was well with the closed up businesses. We drove to the supermarket, shopped and then had lunch. In the supermarket they had some good quality starter batteries, we had decided a week or so ago that we would look out for a replacement battery, ...
... most are in excellent condition. From the paintings historians have been able to learn a lot about the people of this time, it is a unique site and well worth visiting. We had lunch and then walked into the town to visit the museum which is housed in the exquisite Palazzo Vitelleschi a courtyard centred house. The museum contains finds from the Necropolis including painted carved tombs, a terracotta frieze of winged horses, and pottery, personal items, ...
... We arrived at Tarquinia which is situated atop of a hill and found the site we were looking for, it closed at dusk, as it was already after 3.00 we decided to visit on the morning, we drove to Tarquinia Lido, about 5 kilometres away to find a camping spot. The camp site here is closed for the winter. We spotted a camper parked on a car park and joined it, the registration plate is from Poland. We walked Logan to the beach, ...
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... as the priest finished off the Mass and the congregation dispersed. The inside walls are covered in frescoes of all scenes religious. It is said Michaeangelo took inspiration from these frescoes for his Sistine Chapel.Underneath Orvieto there are hundreds of caves dug into the soft tufa rock, believed to date back to Estruscan times .....800 BC. We did an underground tour where we saw olive presses, dove cotes and wells dug by previous inhabitants. all ...