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... I'm getting pretty ****** off with the lack of information/consultation.
In the event it's my navi that has a nearby B&B logged. So I am invited to lead the way.
The first location doesn't seem to exist. I find another B&B nearby, down a dark lane. The other two have turned round and are accelerating away. I chase them and they finally pull ...
... 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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... heat, I have to stop and rest frequently. Luckily I find a cool stream to bathe in and refresh myself a bit. Finally, after it seems I've been been wandering through these mountains forever, I go around a bend... and lo and behold... a new valley civilization--with a wide area of flat farmland... multiple little villages--even a busy highway running through the middle. Frankly, it's a relief to be back in civilization. ...
... not markings telling which is the right way. I make another wrong turn... Finally the path turns into a dirt road as it climbs high up the the hillside... then... ah... a house! I have reconnected with civilization. I wonder what life must be like up here in these mountains. I pass a farm with some dairy cattle, then another--but mostly the countryside is wild. I notice a number of abandoned houses along the way, as well as orchards that have been allowed to ...
... 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.