Hotel Baia di Talamone
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... Sing since the owner is not at home. He shows us our apartment and we bring in our stuff.
We are here for two nights and this is a quiet place on a ground floor with a little kitchen area. Now the only issue we have here is that this is Sunday and this is Italy. That particular combination means that ALL the stores and restaurants are closed. This includes variety stores, gas stations, Mom and Pop places, everything. That means that we aren't going ...
... and staring at the lighthouse torch, spinning its way thru the darkness. The water was choppy, but not bad... It was just cold. The more I watched what was going on.... It dawned on me... We are not heading North. Why are we going Southeast. Quietly, and curiously, I asked Marina. "Good for you, Robin. Yes, we are going SE for the moment. Getting away from Ponza, can sometimes be very difficult, Ponza is always difficult, and has very rough ...
Natural unspoiled hot spring. Free for the taking. Tiered layers of hot springs and waterfalls.
Mostly Italians there. Delightful.
Beautiful,small, a jewel of a medieval town. Two other tourists there. Wandered the streets.
... off, I pulled off again, but the noise started. It got worse and wasn’t something to be ignored, so I pulled over once again and called the breakdown company.
While I waited for the breakdown company to turn up, I even had the luck to be chatted up be an Italian who declared his undying love for me, despite the fact that he was married!
Anyway, the tow company turned up and took me to the garage. Turns out one of the brakes had broken, but they ...
... but the beef was extraordinary: tender and tasty.
Today's ride took us to Talamone, a charming seaside village located on its own peninsula. The scenery is fantastic. The clear air made everything stand out. This was like a mini-tuscany in one morning: rows of cypress and pine trees, some hills in the distance, olive trees, etc. This area is not highly developed or touristed and that's nice. The roads ...