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Last day before I head home. Second lazy day. We have a late breakfast and then head out for a walk to the local shops to buy supplies for lunch; pane, formaggio and prosciutto. I go for a walk around the village, the first time I've done this this week. There are horses grazing around the village, the sun is out and it is lunchtime so there is no one else walking ...
... in the city. It had snowed heavily the past few days, but was then very sunny for the days we skied. We ate a meal at the ski resort, which was pretty expensive. I hadn't slept maybe over an hour or two the night before because the flight was so early, so after the meal I fell asleep almost immediately. The next day we rented gear and walked in our boots to the slopes, which as it always is, an extreme hassle. Half the courses were closed because it ...
Slow start to the day; a sleep in and late breakfast and then I have 3 days of blogs to catch up on! Gilberto is doing things around the house while I sit in the warm kitchen writing about our travels over the last 3 days. It was great to see so many wonderful places but it is good to be back in the village. This afternoon we head down to Pontegrande for the wifi so I can upload my ...
Fairly early start again this morning, back on the road at 9. It was nice to wake up to the sound of the waves on the beach. We drive up the coast a bit, and the head inland to the small hilltop village of Montegridolfo. This is a walled village overlooking the countryside to the sea. It was a very important town during World War 2 as in 1944 it was the location of severe fighting between the Allies (British and Canadian forces) and the Germans on the Goti ...
... burst its banks and many places have some flooding. Driving further around the lake we then head up a hill and end up at a small restaurant called Rosso Lampone (red raspberry) which is in the countryside and has a restaurant, B&B and grows a range of berries. The building sits into the side of the hill and is quite modern (and we later find out it is a bit unfinished as the owners have run out of money). They have a small menu: 2 antipasto, 2 primo and ...