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... and yes, more ice cream.), then went to an old roman ampitheater (like the colosseum but much, much smaller.). It was the ruins of an ampitheater that could seat 6000 people. And that was a small one! It was a semi circle built of stone, with a modern wooden stage, and lots of grass. We had a look around there, at all the stonework and the artifacts. We then went back to the car, and drove to Umbertide ...
... for airport in Florence and then got onto auto strada (freeway). Heading in right direction we arrived around 4.30 pm after a deviation to another factory outlet. This is the night we stay in a castle "under the Tuscan sun"! The photos hopefully give you a better picture than my ...
... it said in one of the guide things that there are grass snakes, vipers, and scorpions (okay. Admittedly the scorpions are only 3 cm long, and grass snakes are harmless, but still...)! We walked up through the grass in blistering heat, until (finally!) we got to the fence that bordered the driveway. I had no idea how we were all going to get across, but then dad gave us all a ...
... at about 180 km per hour.). After a while someone (*cough* Becky *cough*) needed to go toilet, so we stopped for that then went on to find some lunch. We stopped at a service center for lunch (they didn't have any chicken cordon bleu's :( ), and we bought a panini each. We then 'made tracks' towards the country side villa that we would be staying in for a week. As we drove, we looked out the window, and saw mountains, that ...
... they don't wash their clothes very often. ;)
After the tour it was about 12:45 and we are all feeling pretty famished because we ate breakfast at 5:30 that morning. But, we couldn't eat yet...we had to walk up a mountain first! Europeans eat really late so we had to endure. The climb was pretty gradual though. We took our time and walked along the streets of Assisi. I think my smile was glued to my face the whole time because it was such a darn quaint town. The ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed