Residence Borgo degli Olivi
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... green dots didn't register with me when I was picking it in the store. Needless to say my grocery shopping privileges were up for discussion. After lunch we tried to find a campsite as we wanted to spend the rest of the afternoon on the beach, with no luck we carried on. Along the road I found a small pull out and suggested we head down and check it out, maybe it lead to a beach...maybe we could wait till dark and set our tent up and ignore the BIG no camping ...
... it difficult to find spots to hide, Italy has proven to be consistently quite built up with homes and towns. Not ideal when cycle touring and trying to free camp. We had talked earlier that maybe we were approaching Italy all wrong. That we need to let go of the fact that we can't be cheap and we need to suck it up and try travelling the country in a different style instead. That may mean we need to stop in at campsites and pay the ...
First full day in Italy was mainly a driving day. Got to a weird municipal camper stop in La Spezia which appeared to be run by the ambulance service. We met a couple from the UK with four year old twin girls just starting a five month trip in a tiny old school camper. We couldn't get our heads round how they were going to manage - we've become spoiled! Phoebe has been nice and chilled since we hit the coast, must be the sea air. Next stop ...
... your bumper if you don't move fast enough. It was half autostrada ad half winding roads, but, again, quite beautiful. We arrived at our beautiful Villa, and I imtmediately decided I would go nowwhere tomorrow. Sit by the pool, by myself, decompress. The place is amazing. I feel like I died and went to heavan. Liz, it ts the Italian version of The Broadmoor. Pictures attached and more ...
... many flavors from many different times and blooms, including sunflower, chestnut and eucalyptus honeys. All of the are amazing, but acaica is the best I have tasted so far.
We spent out first day walking the vineyards and learning about different types of grapes, as well as being introduced to the bees. We wore bee suits. It was awesome. That night, we had a beautiful meal, all prepared from the products of La Ginestra's ...