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... our books, it was time to put on sunscreen and abandon all hope of reading. Look out slides, here we come. First up was the pink one. All riders need an inner tube. B and F found a double tube and bravely headed off to the top for the slides (not even a backward glance). Not sure how they managed to organise themselves at the top - this park is strictly self-service - but down they came. Half in, half out, but laughing like hyenas. It looked a little too close to ...
... s state-of-the art kitchen, we share her family secrets for traditional Umbrian dishes. Under our guidance, you, students of our cooking school can prepare local specialties using the best commodities the region has to offer: olive oil, prized lentils, cured meats, mountain cheeses, and a variety of wines. We will tailor the menu for your visit to your tastes and preferences, accommodating both meat-eaters and vegetarians. And in the dining room ...
... the wrong direction – oops! No one gets antsy or upset; other cars just swerve around and go on their way. We realised about 100 metres down the road that it was a one way; sometimes this is difficult to tell when there are 5 exits from a roundabout! Anyway, we parked without further incident and started our walk.
Perugia is a modern town (with a chocolate festival no less!) and music festivals and gorgeous shops and pastry ...
... Forget road rules… forget speed limits… forget double lines meaning no overtaking! They do all of that and more. The motorbikes are the worst! Overtaking on blind corners at lightning speed. And this isn’t even on the autostradas! This is Umbria, where the roads are incredibly narrow and incredibly windy. I was pretty nervous the first few days (and still grip the door handle on some of those hairpin bends), but Mikey is doing a fantastic job (and ...
... is pretty cool - driven by a strong sustainability philosophy. The vineyard dates from c.200 BC with part of the original wall still standing some 2200 years later. And the wine was pretty tasty too. Bronte and Flynn (particularly Bronte) made friends with one of the winery tour guides who promptly pulled out her iPhone and grabbed a couple of selfies with her and the kids. Its true, the Italians love children and B and F love someone making a ...