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... or after it. I just wasn’t sure which. I lost a good hour or more taking wrong turns here and there. I ended up in Perugia twice and I never intended to get there even once. I was starting to get a little fried and all of a sudden, I found myself, and I was off. After driving for another hour or so towards Ancona I emerged out the other side of a tunnel and was surprised by this expansive, amazing view ...
... their flocks on the way to summer mountain pastures. There is still part of old toll booth outside.
next stop is farm belonging to Di Emidio family. Their family has lived here for generations and an old mud brick building , known as Casa terra cruda , houses a centuries old olive oil press , still in working order but not in use now. Graziano and his father Antonio explain how it all worked. We have a tasting of ...
... the barracks and a museum of weapons. The design is amazing , they had included everything to withstand a siege , including secret passage ways for donkeys to enter with supplies . There was a huge cool room with very thick walls where they would shovel in snow during winter and pack it till it formed ice blocks and this would remain cold right through summer.
Aperitivos on the terrace , followed by dinner in their ...
Day 1 and Night 1 Left Venice on time at 1800 on the 30 August and we had the 1st sitting for dinner, so we missed the sunset but did get to see Venice as we sailed out. Our first night was getting acquainted with the ship and although the people we had dinner with are lovely, we want to dine with people our age and go to the later sitting so we can take our time during the day. Our cabin ...
... in bar form). We then waited an hour in the sunshine before being able to get onto the ferry. As we arrived we were told that no toilet paper goes down the toilet, it all goes in a bin too the side... So gross! But when in Greece I guess. We managed another three person room which was good. We decided to then go exploring, although not that much to explore, chatted with some peeps, had a wifi party in the hotspot before returning to our rooms ...
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Via Romolo Murri, 1, Macerata | Hotelfrom $91
Contrada San Claudio, 14, Macerata | Hotelfrom $76