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... resides and the Belvedere square that was designed for a previous Pope to enjoy. The gardens were lush and an oasis away from the hustle and bustle of Rome. There was a very unique statue that depicted fertility and they weren't sure if they were eggplants, mangoes or teats hanging around her waist. The tapestries are washed every 20 years and are made using gold and silver thread. There was some artwork that looked like actually statues were on ...
... was marvellous with an opera singer accompanied by a piano accordion and violin player. The next day we visited Olvietti which had an ancient church and the clocks only had one hand on them as it represented Italian time. We stopped at numerous service stations with minimal hassle. It's important to pay for your selection then collect it from the counter. However at one servo we got a panini and a spinach ...
... your own container, you could buy one from the owner. On the earlier occasion, the gentleman had been quite social and jovial. Unfortunately, this time we'd woken him from his siesta, and he wasn't too thrilled to have to open up and serve someone, even though it was late afternoon.There was further discussion about the price, but in the end Paul decided he wasn't going to quibble over 3€, as ...
... a cousin joined in, and next thing, Pauls sampling the local digestif.
Come 12.00, and the town was deserted. A stray cat shot across the piazza and that was it.
Enjoyed our picnic in the manicured gardens outside the castello and continued on our way.
Had the windy road across to Lago Arvo. Interestingly, the national park surrounding this lake and incorporating the mountain region, ...
... for a longer beach to walk along.
Around the coast towards Catanzaro we eventually found a long stretch of beach that wasn't enclosed by private enclaves or resorts. Camping sites had obviously survived the downturn, and were prolific at the edge of the sand. While a few people were staying there, all needed attention before the June influx.
Dinner on the verandah watching the sun set with good friends. Not bad! ...
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