Quercia Rossa Farmhouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Wed 5th: Woke up in Tarquinia (more pics) with Rem's ear needing medical attention. The delightful small-town world was full of remains of Etruscan Italy. It is so old, it is older than Rome! Etruscan society was more ...
... then you can see a hilltop village in the distance. These seem to decorate the hills as much as the trees do. It is very peaceful and takes you back in time. We head off to a town called Pitigliano which is on a hill top. This village is known as Little Jerusalem because of the large Jewish community here. This area was originally inhabited by the Etruscans back in the 4th century. Today it is a vibrant town that deserves a look around. So we wander the ...
... to be built outside the walls to accommodate travellers who arrived after the town gate was closed each night. It was s great place with a huge breakfast almost entirely comprised of local products--wild boar prosciuotto, house bread, local cheeses, etc. So far on the trip we have tried to enjoy the local food & drink specialty whatever that may be. Now we head to the hill town of Montalcino and that means one thing---vino! Not that there isnt local wine everywhere you ...
Day 264 5 hrs, 11.5 kms Next morning I walk back into the heart of Grossetto, the provincial capital. But oddly it all seems to be very modern without a historical core. Just to make sure, I ask someone... Sure enough, I'd walked right past the Old City. Glad I didn't miss it, because this looks like a very unique old city. Surrounded by double layers fo walls, the walled city is shaped as a hexagon, with towers that are shaped like arrows at each corner. Since Grossetto ...
... at the poor conductor about their poor management and service and everyone applauds him in the end... Finally another train comes by and I hop aboard, arriving in Grossetto late at night, where I have to walk quite a ways to reach the edge of town and find a suitable place for camping. My first spot has very high grass and a lot of bugs, so I continue on. Maybe I should've picked a smaller town for camping out next ...