Agriturismo Giuncola & Granaiolo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We are sad to leave La Spezia, the people here are so nice and the place is very quiet and beautiful. However, we must start making our way down to Rome. The next stop is a little place inside a National Park called Tamalone.
The scenery on the way down is gentle rolling hills with plenty of agriculture. We are getting more and more olive trees and grape vines. We are definetly back in Italy. Our next place is a self catering place. We are met by ...
... Montalcino is home to the world famous Brunello. So of course we must stick to our "local consumption" plan. The town is filled with wine bars & tasting rooms and there are surprisingly few visitors about. While staying in Monalcino, we get in the car to discover the surrounding area. We stop in at Castiglioni d'orcia, with its impressive tower built on a limestone promontory offering 360 degree views across the countryside. The tower dates from the 12th century ...
... trying to depart if the wind is from the East, so we must go this way for a while longer." Just as I was getting my coldest, we turned toward the North, after clearing the protection (funny, we were not protected there) Ponza, the wind died down to maybe 6-8mph, and the sea was relatively flat. This is good. I said goodnight, and returned to my cabin to get some more sleep. Of course, I could not fall asleep right away, so I picked my book, ...
Day 264 3 hrs, 2.8 kms
Finally a beach town. I was starting to get a little worried... don't people go to the beach on the west side of Italy? It has only a very narrow strip of sand, so not nearly as relaxing as the ones on the Adriatic--but it does have all the trapping... ...
... a flat area, I guess they weren't going to cut any corners (literally!) in making it defensible. Within the walls themselves is a tourism office which--surprise! is open even though it's a Sunday. I would guess they don't get a lot of business, so I walk in and am given some tips on placs to visit and a map of the old city. Although small, it is fun to wander around, walking along the walls... under them... Relaxing in the piazza which has a particularly noble feel to ...