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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 ...
... be flooded with water. Across the road we went for a tour of the Roman Forum. It was enormous. In the olden days they had a 6 storeys shopping complex and it was the main hub of the city. It was so hot walking around and our guide kept saying "A Laura"which we realised meant she had more to tell us on this history tour. By the end we felt we deserved a PhD in Roman history. Lol throughout Europe we had noticed the amount of litter and rubbish in ...
... when we went to get our selection the spinach had run out.The guy behind the counter nearly threw the panini at us and then a meat calzone. Don got a little heated at him which didn't help the situation lol. Luckily Andie our tour guide spoke to them in Italian and he reluctantly made a pomodoro and mozzarella panini. The plan for Rome was to enter it when it is siesta time 1-4pm. This helped with getting through the ...
... della Sila, had, as its crest, wolves. Fortunately we didn't come across any as we walked the botanical trail, learning about the uses of various plants and trees that grew locally. This area was obviously a haven for bush walkers in the summer months, though at thos point, the holiday makers were still sparse on the ground.
Driving back along the river valley, again viewed Sant Severina. Impressive as ever.
... for a longer beach to walk along.
Around the coast towards Catanzaro we eventually found a long stretch of beach that wasn't enclosed by private enclaves or resorts. Camping sites had obviously survived the downturn, and were prolific at the edge of the sand. While a few people were staying there, all needed attention before the June influx.
Dinner on the verandah watching the sun set with good friends. Not bad! ...