Club Valtur Garden
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... built in the early days and arches added during Etruscan times, an engineering masterpiece for the times. During the Second World War the locals persuaded the Germans that they should block the arch with all the paving stones off the floor to prevent the allies from entering This helped save the town as the Germans agreed and didn't blow the arch up when the allies approached. We had a tour of the museum with its ...
Our last morning in Rome :( We were up early to leave for a run at 6am. It's beautiful and quiet and we make our way to the Spanish Steps again with the idea of running through Rome's cobbled street on our 'own'. We take twists and turns and pass the Pantheon and other by now familiar sights. We eventually head for the Victor Emmanuel Monument and Via Nazionale back home. Eager to enjoy a proper coffee at a ...
... anyway. Rather quaint cobblestoned centro storico.
More international tourists in spite of the weather. Alabaster busts and marble mortar and pestles were common in the tourist shops, instead of the normal t-shirts, caps and knick knacks. Explored the town then into a cafe as breakfast hadn't quite made the distance. Being a total wimp, chose the basic tomato ...
... of hay, corn and sunflowers, with bamboo and trees along the creek lines.
Into Orbetello, situated on a causeway linking the mainland to what otherwise would be an island. Two outer lines of dunes have created two large saltwater lakes either side of Orbetello and its causeway. Pleasant town with some remnant walls and a fortified entry portal. Continued onto the ...
... their favorite local snack "The Bones of the Dead."
We stayed at another privately owned villa here, and although not as fancy as the villa in Lucca, we were struck by the fact that so many Italian businesses and hotels are family owned and operated. We've received better service at these hotels than the larger chains, and the prices are considerably cheaper. Upon a return visit I'd definitely stay in the smaller towns and visit Florence via day trips. ...