Hotel Da Elio
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... alla ameritriciana. Seriously good food. Coming out of the restaurant a while later, the found that the town had shut down for afternoon siesta. You think we would have learnt by now but no, we are still surprised by the fact that everything closes. Everything! We wonder if it contributes to the poor state of the economy… everyone is struggling for money and the tourist sector is finding it particularly difficult. Some businesses are barely open for 6 or ...
28 August Kids rule today. And we are off to the Tavernelle Parco Aquatico. It has a few rides, a few pools and few rules. However, it is obligatory (their word,with heavy emphasis) to wear bathing caps in the park, unless you are bald - we got three. Mind you, they sting you €4 each for the caps. No wonder they are obligatory! Anyway, it was a beautiful day for the park and after finding ourselves an umbrella, setting up some chairs, laying out our towels and ...
... pie. Moving on, we made the soup and sliced the tomatoes so they could be seasoned and roasted. The soup was quick and easy as was the veal strips and the broccoli souffle. Actually, none of the dishes had complicated steps or required advanced skills so we were at ease and enjoyed helping prepare each and every dish. The final dish to prepare was the cheese baskets and they were made in a very small skillet, cooled and then draped over a ...
... of the arts, plus 24 statues of the town’s foundations. At the top are 3 nymphs. Surrounding the fountain are various important buildings of the day including a ‘not quite finished’ cathedral, a palazzo, 2 colleges and a gallery.
We stopped for a moment to look at the town’s tallest intact tower before popping our head into a church which had beautiful marble work on the outside and a room at the ...
After picking up our rental car, we charged North towards Tuscany. Thankfully, the rental company didn't have any Fiats left! We rolled along in an equally small car that had slightly more power (we could climb hills in 2nd gear instead of just 1st)! The region was incredible! Most of the villages had been built on a cliff's edge overlooking a deep ravine.
Our first stop in Orvieto is one such example. The buildings are perched on the top of a ...