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... known for It's excellente salumi and cheeses, and we had our fill of it all! We the drove up to an even smaller town called Castelluccio, known for growing superb lentils. But we also saw lots of sheep being watched over by a shepherd and sheep dogs. Quant and beautiful!
Enjoy Thanksgiving Everyone!
Warm scattered cloud- looks like rain 18 deg Breakfast at bnb was **** packaged food so went to local cafe for good coffee and brioche and nice sweet ricotta pastry. Walked 500m back to carpark and found way back to autostrada fairly easily - well signposted for a change. Amazing built up road winding road that turned back on itself to get up hill. Easy drive back to car rental yard- they charged extra ...
... cheese, and wine -- of course!
And, that's it. No more picking which is actually fine with me. It leaves more time for walking, hiking and shopping, and that's what Lisa and I did today (Saturday).
We took a 3 mile walk this morning while a light rain was falling. We then drove into the town of Anghiairi to check out the shops. ...
... As we climbed and left the coast behind us, the road became less difficult, less bends and even I was able to glance the vegetation either side. This is autumn in these parts and chestnut trees were everywhere. Showing their autumn colours and gently shedding their leaves in the gentle breeze, it was just a picture.
We drove thru a small village where we picked up sign posting for A1. We knew we were on track. Then we reached the summit and there ...
... there are candles that you can make an offering for as you take the candle. When you get in front of the tomb, there are baskets for you to place the candles in. They are not to be lit but they say they will be lit and offered. Sounds like a rort to me. I bet one of the monasteries uses them to cook their meals or to make coffee with. Given the Italian devotions and preference to this sort of thing, St Francis could be a major contributor to ...