Club Valtur Garden
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... did more in so little time as France’s all time greatest military mastermind and badboy, Napoleon Bonaparte.Though the Emperor escaped less than a year after being “exiled” to Elba ( I think that's like the penal equivalent of a slap on then hand then a hand massage!! ).
Napoleon left a lasting mark on the island and its inhabitants who, even now, almost 200 years later, still say a Mass each May for his soul at Chiesa della ...
... it difficult to find spots to hide, Italy has proven to be consistently quite built up with homes and towns. Not ideal when cycle touring and trying to free camp. We had talked earlier that maybe we were approaching Italy all wrong. That we need to let go of the fact that we can't be cheap and we need to suck it up and try travelling the country in a different style instead. That may mean we need to stop in at campsites and pay the ...
... because sure,y he knew what Fiat stood for? Fix It Again Tony :-)
San Gimignano is yet another beautifully picturesque walled city that was built as part of the pilgrim's walk from Canterbury to Rome and was also used to prevent attacks on both Florence and Siena. We are getting very adept at ordering coffee so we can use the bathroom and we even took it a step further and stood up to have our coffee just like the locals - you pay more if you sit down. By the ...
... showing the passion of Christ. Unlike where we have been so far, Volterra is very steep and brings a whole new meaning to "if you go up you must come down". Our fellow travellers say this is preparing us for the Amalfi Coast - and they all smiles when they say that???
Sorry these blogs seem to be getting longer - but there is SO much to see, we really wish you could all be sharing this wonderfully, blessed experience with us.
For our last day we thought we would drive around and see several Roman ruins which were shown on maps. The maps we had clearly showed the locations but we couldn't find them.
While we didn't see the Roman ruins, we did see the massive geothermal energy system around Larderello.
The countryside has huge pipes running through it, and while not pretty, they are much better than coal mines. Apparently Italy is ranked 5th in the world for renewable energy.