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... really can't call it music),.. went on till 3.30am,... And then the young folks who attended the "rave" wandered through the carpark around us for another 30 minutes or more. Needless to say,.. neither of us got much sleep. Sunday saw us dragging our tails around like 2 zombies. We both speculated that we must be getting old! As an aside,.. It has become a bit of a tradition over the past number of holidays for me to develop some sort of unexpected 'dental issue',.. well,.. it ...
... bit of spice. We hung around on the beach for a bit longer, played some soccer and then departed for home. When we arrived home we lazed about on the internet for a while. Dinner was all our leftovers and remaining food cooked up; stewed vegetables, lentil soup, cold chicken, fennel salad and tomatoes. It was delicious. After dinner we went up into town and found a bar playing the Brazil Chile game. We arrived towards the end, ...
... of information. The tombs were created out of carved tufa blocks, and engraved with the name of the deceased.
Under the city is a labyrinth of caves and tunnels. Each house/building had its own "cellar", the usage depending on aspect and need. The cellar was dug to provide building material for the house above, and also to increase the available space. Some cellars had been complete workshops. On the warmer southern side of ...
... to Viterbo. After lunch at an Indian restaurant, a nice change of pace from Italian food, we walked into the center of town. It took a bit of wandering, but at last we found the papal palace. Unfortunately, due to the combination of it being a Monday and a holiday, the palace wasn't open. However, we were able to enter the cathedral, which had been built on top of an ...
... canapés courtesy of Fernando the cruise director which was lovely :) We're booked in at Giovanni's Table restaurant tonight 7.30pm so we've ordered room service to tide us over until then, which has just arrived :) yummy :) *** We loved Giovanni's Table! Every waiter is Italian, they are so friendly and funny, we really enjoyed our night :) now it's off to bed for us :) ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAltavilla Hotel Viterbo
The room we were in had a tiny bathroom with a strang shower and was on a busy street, however, the buffet breakfast included in the price was amazing.
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