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... we are in a different place from the rest of the day and well past Crotone. Checking the map no place to go for 100 miles but small port called La Castella so in we head. A very wet ride with reefed sails but we head in and just manage to get through harbour entrance with zero on the depth gauge despite there supposed to be 3 meters of water. All good the salty sea dogs settle in for the night and check the weather forecast - ...
Drove into Perugia today. The underground city is blocked off at the moment so we could not visit it. We walked around for a few hours and we went to another old city called Todi. Went shopping and went home to Pablo's I played with Pablo’s microphone and he gave us some drum sticks to play ...
... hotel while I went to the Coliseum. The stories of gladiators learning for a year in Gladiator school across from the Coliseum and how they would wash the blood off from their battles with other gladiators or up to 22 lions at each event brought over from Africa. They were taken through a different gate if they died in battle. If they were successful in 10 events they gained their freedom. The Coliseum was used also for water races as the ...
... and pastries in the square. We had a visit to San Gimignano which had an awesome view from the ruins at the top of the town. Andie treated us to a gelato and Don and I got a panini with cheese and prosciutto which we ate in the town square. The area has many vineyards which we sampled at our dinner at La Certosa Monastery that night. We had a guided tour through the monastery where only 4 monks aged 66-83 live. ...
... This exchange had been observed by the (very) old ladies on their balconies and doorways, and as we headed up the mountain, were happy to greet us. When we returned to the piazza on our way back down, there was a fellow sellling cherries from his truck. Joined the queue and bought 2kg for 5€. Tucked into these as we drove out of town.
Sant Severina was one of those spectacular castellos with ...