- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> With our supplies, we headed back to the hotel to relax and recover from a big day (and it wasn't even 4pm)!
A little later (well a bit more than a little) and we were looking out over Umbria watching a beautiful sun set over the hills! A perfect end to a brilliant day, well for me at least. Maybe not so much for Em, who spent the afternoon in bed with sore ear and a painful stomach presumably from the 'gluten free' flour we used made from 'de-glutenized wheat flour.' Hmmm...
... us down. It was bliss. Just sheer unadulterated X rated bliss.
Lyn, meanwhile, is not a sun bunny. He relaxed by the Dub, after tidying up. He spent the day chilling, reading and sleeping. He did come to see us for half an hour, but immediately headed to the water to cool down. He and Tegz swam out to the floating pontoon, and sunbathed on there, cooling down in the water.
Unfortunately I have another ...
... that front onto the lake with amazing manicured lawns. The lack of gears meant in wasn’t long until I was grunting and groaning with every slight slope. I lasted for 4 miles until my bum, legs, arms and hands were aching too much. Pitiful isn’t it!
We came back from the bike ride and Lyn BBQd. We sat around our citronella candle chatting, then bed, this time with Tegz safely in her tent. Tour of Tuscany tomorrow! Can’t ...
... was a reasonable restaurant at the top, where we had lunch before coming back down.
We then proceeded to the low for the day, which involved a visit to the Grotte di Frasassi. These are a series of caves, discovered in 1971, that stretch for over 30km. We went on a guided tour that showed us about 1km of them. Amazing. Fantastic shapes, stalactites, stalagmites, strange rocks, calcite waterfalls, and everything. Despite mistakenly ...
... roads. Lyn said it was the most intense driving of his life coming down the A12 around Genoa.
We stopped at one point for 45 minutes; there was obviously an accident up ahead, as an ambulance, fire engine and two police cars squeezed through the traffic. Lyn took the opportunity to have a quick snooze, and we were soon on the way again to pass the cause of the accident; a tree had blown down on a car! That gives you some idea of the ...