Albergo della Posta
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The hot tub last night seemed to ease the itchiness and throbbing of Sue's bites. Feeling much better today. I think we have decided that we have seen enough of Rome. We would have liked to have looked inside the Basilica and the Colosseum but it really is a lot of effort. We start today off at a place just 3 miles down the road called the Caldera or the cauldron. It is a version of Rotorua with sulphurous bubbles coming out of the earth. It is a protected site, fenced ...
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After breakfast we started our trek out of Siena, and apart from turning the wrong way for about 10 minutes at the start, it was quite easy getting out. Siena is a circular town and it's quite easy to get lost. We spent quite a lot of time on the road or gravel tracks today, however the walk was very nice along the ridge of the hill with great views either side. We got to Grancai and the accomadation we thought was there, was closed ...
Today was our bike excursion that Maryellen scheduled. For three hours we toured Rome. Most informative trip but one that required expert bikenamship! We rode past the colosseum though the the Imperial Roma section and the Jewish quarter, past the Parthenon and returned without an incident. Imagine the traffic in Rome during rush hour, now image yourself and six others navigating in the streets on a ...
... also have an interesting museum inside. After getting even more lost I ended up at the roman forum which had the same drawbacks as the palantino but the stuff there was slightly more interesting. What I thought was best at both places was the amount of time these places had been standing and being used. Parts of each were maybe 400 years old when the roman Empire was still in full swing and they were still adding to these places, I wonder if they also thought of them as ...
... could. (I think David was concerned about the car!) This seems to sum up the difference between this and the other areas of Italy we have visited so far - the great north/south divide, richer vs. poorer. One of the reasons for choosing this location was its proximity to Rome which was on our wish list of places to see during the trip. After considering how best to achieve this, we booked on to the weekly day excursion from the site organised by a holiday company ...