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... home of Napoleon. The island is small and can be circumnavigated by vehicle in a day. Unfortunately we did not explore to much of the island but did have a chance to stroll around the little harbour, the home to many yachts small and grand. I particularly liked seeing the rows of local fishing boats their bright colours offering old world character. Greens, blues, reds and whites vivid in contrast to the sea water and sunshine, as the locals bought the daily catch, helped ...
We packed up and got on the road by around 10 and headed off towards Umbria. Before we left we said goodbye to Massimo and he gave us two bottles of their red wine and a jar of their homemade honey too which was very nice! During our stay at Diacceroni we also bought some of the olive oil they produce which has been great for cooking. The roads around Diacceroni were quite bumpy and windy so it takes quite a while to get places. We ended up having to backtrack towards Pisa to ...
... in the area would be open so we just drove back to the apartment. By the time we got back Elijah was ready for his afternoon sleep so we put him down and had an afternoon nap as well. Then we went for a walk around the area we are staying. We found a bunch of puddles along the way and Nath taught Eli how to throw rocks in them. Eli caught onto it pretty quick and got a real kick out of seeing a big splash every time ...
... meals they have put on here at Agriturismo Diacceroni and it's been great getting to know some of other people staying here. The accommodation worked out to 350 Euros for a week which is just over $400 AUD for a 2 bedroom apartment with a kitchen and it included the three meals as well- such a great deal! Most of the people holidaying here are from other parts of Europe and the majority of them have young kids which is ...
We are in the heart of Tuscany! Yesterday we were sad to leave little Levanto and would love to come back for a month and use little "A'Durmi" as our base. Before leaving the area though we took the train to the Cinque Terra town we missed because of the rain - Vernanza. This is the town that experienced the worst of the flooding last year, and though most of the main streets have been repaired, there is a lot of evidence ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking