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Travel Blogs from Montegabbione
... girls who were getting ready for a night out earlier at the bathroom while she was brushing her teeth.... BUGGER.
At least this time it only lasted until about midnight.
Up at half 7 in the morning, we both seemed to have slept relatively solidly (after the band finished) and we got everything packed in about 45 minutes. Emma explained that her ear was agonizingly sore, and probably getting worse, we decided to talk to our hosts when we arrived later in the day and ...
... and the grounds amazing, and left behind magnificent gardens with a massive emphasis on the water features! Fountains like you would not believe line the terraced gardens.
After a little walking, we had some lunch in front of a stunning fountain, fresh buffalo mozarella and ham with some bread, the mozarella was so moist that when cut the amount of milk like juice that ran from the cheese was awesome!
We kept wandering throught the ...
... and am not supposed to get my ear wet so I was confined to wading out and dunking my shoulders under, but this was enough to cool me down. I was content to simply read. What can be better than reading with no interruptions and I am so lucky my daughter follows me; content to sit with her head in her kindle! She is reading a 900 page book I have recently finished, called Shantaram, which she is loving. I finished a book I ...
... of Sienna and parked up. Wow, what a find. I had the biggest and best pizza I have ever had…all for 5 euros. Lyn had a massive calzone with a Tuscan cooked meats platter to start. Tegz and I had crostini to start, which was a bit of an adventure as we didn’t know what was on each piece of bread. We decided they were….mushroom pate (thumbs up rom Tegz), a hot spicy tomatoey paste (thumbs up from me!), fresh tomatoes (thumbs up from me and I don’t even ...
This is our last day of Italy! Following the Tiber Valley to reach Orvieto, perched high atop a volcanic rock. Here we tasted pastries at a local pasticceria and browsed through the many shops in the lanes off Piazza del Duomo. We ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility