Hotel Residence San Michele
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... up to the top Mount Titano where the old city sits overlooking the beautiful surrounding countryside. There is a castle with protection towers that follow the top of the cliff face. The view from the towers is breathtaking. We also visited the cathedral and got to experience an Italian wedding and hear the beautiful pipe organ and violin. They didn't seem to mind us sitting in the back of the church with a number of other tourists. We also visited the ...
Well this has to go down as the worst day of the whole tour. The coterie of Croatian school kids/students set up a disco in the deck just behind the Pullman seat lounge and the pounding music continues into the early hours. I feel like throwing them all overboard.
Morning eventually comes. Ari is constantly checking with the crew, and reports that ...
... to Rome, for a full 5 days, and then Im flying to Berlin (GERMANY!!!) for the 'second phase' of my europe tour. Actually I wont be staying there, I have to take a train ride to my next helpx host (who sounds lovely!) where Ill be staying for a few more weeks. But then Im planning on exploring Berlin afterwards, before 'phase 3' of my trip (Holland).
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... the valley surrounding the medieval city of Gubbio. For some reason these towns are not officially towns, just frazioni of Gubbio proper, which is still a few miles ahead. Gubbio in fact has 30 frazioni--I guess it makes it more efficient from an administrative point of view. But that means no more "new towns" that I can count today. So as light fades, I decide to call it a day and camp out in the fields. Tomorrow will be a new ...
... Margaret, which was unfortunately closed.
All in all, Cortona was a great find, and we would love to go back and spend a couple of days there.
By the time we arrived back at our apartment it was well and truly dark, so first job was to light the fire. Then we headed into Trestina to check our emails at a local bar, where access is free, as long as you buy a drink.