Hotel Capo d'Uomo
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For all you foodies out there, you haven't tasted a meatball until you've eaten one at iL Grottino in Pitigliano, Tuscany, Italy. Victoria, an American who lives in Orvieto, offered to take us for a drive out in the countryside. She drove us out to see Lake Bolsena and then to a lovely hill town called Pitigliano. On our way to Pitigliano, we stopped for a walk at the ...
... arrive with solid rain and cold. Not to be deterred straight into town to stock up with supplies and check things out - what are raincoats for if not to keep the rain off. We decided to roast a chook that night as all the seafood places are closed - well it was a roadrunner - it reminded me of those yellow rubber chooks used for jokes. Inedible!
Awoke the following morning to a glorious day which we spent walking around the Port enjoying ...
... 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. ...
... between 5-10 mph, for the next day or so. Jacques thinks we will be in Cannes day after tomorrow. Now time to grab some sleep. Hopefully I will have internet tomorrow, so I can tell you about the adventure tomorrow, which looks very calming.... Between 5-10 mph winds.... Bon Nuit.... ;ᘸ 4;ȩ 57;8 ...
... 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 ...