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... is alive. One of the other neat things we see are caves dug out of the rock on the roadway leading up to the village. These caves are used to store stuff or are workspaces for mechanics, wood workers and even serve as a store for local wines. These people are very ingenious when it comes to their space utilization. The sun is starting to set and the old stone just glows.
We head back to our place and pack up for tomorrow. Our next destination is Rome again. ...
Note on yesterday's blog. I do apologize for the mis-spellings, and incorrectly stating that we had lunch after Ventotene and Ponza. Obviously, we had lunch somewhere after Ventotene, and before Ponza, because we spent the night there. Shortly after midnight, like 12:30a.m., I. Was awakened by the roughness, and jostling of Milena, while at anchor. It felt like we were moving. I lay awake looking at the ceiling, until I heard Jacques go ...
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.
... was heading in a direction I didn’t really want to be heading, but was too tired to carry on driving back the way I wanted to be. I tucked down for the night ready for a fresh start tomorrow.
After the adventures of the night before, I decided another beach trip was in order! I headed to a place called Marina di Grosseto, and to a stop which was 400 meters from the beach.
First things first though, I needed petrol. Getting petrol in Italy ...
... 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 ...