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... forest. A sign told us that some of the trees were up to 600 years old. Up and over another saddle and we were heading back down towards the campsite. It was a tough walk and we decided that tomorrow’s walk would only have one steep ascent rather than two. We estimated that we had climbed approximately 1300 metres in total over the day.
Sunday 31st May
We did a ridge walk today. Once up on the top of the ridge, ...
For those of you who did not receive my spell binding episode yesterday, I apologise. There have been some slight technical difficulties as I am unco with technology. So far Big Ems aka The Colonel has only taken 127 photos of doors. She has a door fetish you know. It is something about large knockers...... Well today we caught the train to Cassino. Now I have heard all the stories about the Gypsies in the stations that are going to ...
Friday 22nd May
It rained all night and all the Italians that had arrived last evening for a nice long weekend were packing up and leaving. We decided it was time to head off too, back to the Parco Nazionale d'Abruzzo.
This time we are staying close to the village of Barrea, another medieval village perched on the edge of a canyon with a beautiful turquoise lake at its feet and surrounded by mountain peaks peeping above tree ...
Our arrival into Rome was pretty exciting for me. We started off with a walking tour around a few of the major sights. Firstly we saw the Pantheon but sadly because of the public holiday it was closed. I had a peek through the crack in the 2000 year old doors though and I will definitely be going back for a look when I'm back next month. Our next stop was the Trevi fountain and on the way we saw the Column of Marcus Aurelius. Sadly the fountain ...
... for a small portion and was much more comfortable and managed to fit in a couple of glasses of wine and some limoncello as well. We were still in the dining room after 10am as we were having a long conversation about the area and the war. Our hosts were interested and recognized many of the war photographs my father had collected, many in this area. They spoke about the children being given chocolate by the soldiers and how they enjoyed it as often they ...