Hotel Il Delfino
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... ship and strode back into Paris for one last run at ruling Europe (the Hundred Days), ending in his defeat at Waterloo. He was soon dumped on the island of Saint Helena, where he died in 1821"
What Noel finds a way more interesting fact is that there are more than 130 beaches on the island. The island is a popular holiday resort, particularly for German tourists. Many street signs and notices are bilingual in Italian and German. So he sort of felt ...
Cloudy dark skies lay ahead of us today. We started the day dry and it wasn't long before we were both soaked to the core. The rain showed no sign of letting up. It made it difficult for us to navigate our way through city roundabouts and highway exits. Not really sure the route we were suppose to be going we ended up on a busy highway that is forbidden to bicycles. We learnt the hard way, we were thrashing along in the rain when we heard ...
For our last day we thought we would drive around and see several Roman ruins which were shown on maps. The maps we had clearly showed the locations but we couldn't find them.
While we didn't see the Roman ruins, we did see the massive geothermal energy system around Larderello.
The countryside has huge pipes running through it, and while not pretty, they are much better than coal mines. Apparently Italy is ranked 5th in the world for renewable energy.
... Florence. A scenic panorama overlooking the red tiled roofs and the domes of the churches... As in all the old cities, many streets are cobbled and extremely narrow, cars and scooters park Anywhere and everywhere making driving through the streets impossible...but they seem to do it without too much fuss, a little bump here a scratch there ...no problem...watched a car reverse park and knock over a scooter....another walk to his car to find ...
Breakfast was included in our stay at Antica Corte Pallavincina and was held in the restaurant where we had lunch yesterday. This time we ate inside- it was rather fancy! The waiter brought us a cup of coffee and tea and a plate of sweet things. He then brought us a platter of aged meat and cheese from their cellars. The Parmesan cheese was very soft and crumbly with a very sharp flavour. We were also given a basket of toast and some scrambled eggs. They had their ...