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... The wine tasting was interesting and fun and after it finished Ali and I went into the vineyards to an area under an oak tree that had been made into a sort of viewing platform. We finished the evening with dinner at Tre Scalini. The meal was good but the highlight was the tiramisu which Ali and I think is the best we've had. And it's made with ricotta no ...
... hour or more. While there were many interesting items, lugqage constraints meant that we could not bring home a couple of nice sets of scales that were there.
Then we headed over to Montefalco, another hilltop town with many interesting features. The piazza had a market comprised mainly of nursery items. I suppose with spring definitely here now is the time to be buying your plants.
As a last treat we visited the town of Bevagne. There was a celebration of ...
... wall are still in evidence, and it is obvious that the bulldozers were not let loose as they may have been in Australia.
Areas around the railway station and the park have become much better looked after, and safer, so what was an unsavoury area 25 years ago now has plenty going for it. The park is very neat and tidy and with the mild weather a few young children were out and about with their parents.
Lunch was a very ...
... churches and shrines and some grottos which were supposedly used by the hermit-monks.
It was indeed quite a climb. An hour straight up took a great deal of encouragement and cajoling, stopping for water and snacks and promises of ice cream (always an excellent motivator). We reached the top and wandered around what is not so much a town, but a few scattered houses surrounding a large common green-field. We wandered through the sacred wood ...
... each turn. Far to narrow for cars, we saw delivery scooters and tiny little 3-wheel trucks that moved easily through streets that were not built to accomodate anything motorized. We also wondered if there was some kind of city by-law about floral displays, as every house had window baskets and pots of flowers decorating each nook and cranny. As it is still early in the season, not everything ...