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... the old city walls. They separate the old historic town from the much newer one surrounding it now, which has gradually developed over the years. It's not a flat walk, as the wall builders followed the natural contours of the land, but the effort of going up and down is more than rewarded by the views of the hills and mountains (the Appennines we think) which can be seen quite clearly. Hopefully the ...
... artist as yet unknown and now on her 'list' and a room full of superb drawings followed by another huge room full of monochrome paintings by Claudio Ridolfi. Wow....wonderful. And then of course just another quick visit to see Bianca!!
Nearly 3 hours later she wandered back down the hill to meet Michael for a well earned glass of red and to here all about his and Liam's afternoon strolling the city walls.
Now to read the book bought about Bianca.......
... 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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... 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.
... snowy mountains and the deep blue of the lake. There are roads going up the eastern and western sides of the lake so I took the car up both and was rewarded with a beautiful waterfront, cliff hugging drive through tiny villages and jaw dropping scenery. I could see what all the fuss was about. And this time of the year, I pretty much had it all to myself. I'm a big fan of Balsamic Vinegar and so it would've been rude to have not stopped in the balsamic vinegar ...