Hotel Golfo del Sole
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... upon his arrival, Napoleon spun into a veritable tornado of activity, ordering a plethora of public works like boosting agriculture, road-building, marsh draining and a thorough overhaul of the legal and education systems. He also oversaw improvements to the island's iron-ore mines.
Nine months later, in a panic over rumors that nervous European leaders were scheming to have him shipped off to the remote Atlantic island of Saint Helena, Napoleon slipped aboard ...
... furry animal and had a hair ball caught in my throat all morning haha. This was free entertainment for Kory. Next we moved onto a strange looking fruit tree that I had thought would be oranges, they weren't. They resembled an apple and tomato and tasted like poo. They left me with another fuzzy tongue. After three strikes I will stick with simple meals for the rest of the day, sandwiches are always a safe bet. For lunch I did the grocery shop at our favourite ...
... it difficult to find spots to hide, Italy has proven to be consistently quite built up with homes and towns. Not ideal when cycle touring and trying to free camp. We had talked earlier that maybe we were approaching Italy all wrong. That we need to let go of the fact that we can't be cheap and we need to suck it up and try travelling the country in a different style instead. That may mean we need to stop in at campsites and pay the ...
... wild boar), insaltone (big salad) della contadina, un mezzo litro of pleasant, light local wine, coffee, and a complimentary limoncello (lemon liqueur). Not bad for a light lunch. Massa Marittima is a hill town which spills down the slope facing the sea, and the main piazza is just inside the seaward town wall. We walk up through narrow lanes to the top of the town which at the crest has an impressive part of the wall, joined to a tower ...
... kept us going. The local bus got us into town (Portaferrio) for the next day where we wandered, and wandered. We were a bit late to visit the villa where Napoleon Bonaparte was 'imprisoned' but able to have a good sticky beak at the outside. Walked up and around some amazing flights of steps and visited a fort on top. All these places seem to have had brutal pasts and have need of forts, old walls etc ...