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Woofi, Woofi from Amandola, I'm resigned to the fact that these humanoids of mine dont know what relax, slow down , smell the roses means..this month has been another ...get in the car we are going for a drive..but they don't have to sit on that emergency brake that pokes into my ribs..I know humanoid Mom and my man Ken say those sunflowers are like big happy faces, to me it looks like they are overtaking the Italian countryside. I must ...
... has been going since 1860, but it is also an ancient town that is enclosed within massive walls dating from the 4th-3rd century BC. About 3km of walls enclose the ancient part of the town and much of that is pedestrian only, apart from residents. Our first stop was the area which was reclaimed by one of the power hungry Popes to show dominance in the area. Hundreds of homes, churches, towers convents and other ...
... for them when we are there!
Final 2 highlights were picnicking under the olive trees and discovering the tiny little town on the shores of another stunning lake, Lago Trasimeno, and of course the wonderful town of Gubbio. Who cannot love a town with a name like Gubbio!? Gubbio sits perched on the steep slopes of a mountain, with yet more quaint streets and piazzas to explore. The buildings and views from Piazza Grande did not fail to impress, and we had to go ...
... and the table number. The staff are the local high school students who are currently on holiday and they are divided into waiters/waitresses, cleaning and recycling teams. It all happens like clockwork and the students get work experience and community involvement at the same time.
Today we drove around Lake Trasimeno, a 128km round journey. It’s Italy’s fourth largest lake but is only 6m deep. It’s a strange colour; ...
... the medieval scenery. After our bush walk we ended up at the only working escalator that we should have taken earlier ( ! ) and so up agin we went. There were 8 sections or individual escalators to get us to the Rocca at the top again. Time for a brief wander through the mainly closed town, a gelato (of course!) and then we walked back to the car and went back to our farm for an Italian afternoon kip. We went for farm walked and enjoyed way too ...
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