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Excursion to Etna Volcano Enjoy a scenic drive with a Local Guide through orchards, vineyards, and forests up to the Europe's highest active volcano. From your vantage point at 6,500 feet, observe the unusual landscape of extinct craters and rivers of solidified lava.
Met our local guide Juzi & up the mountain we went, 1/3 of all Sicilian people live near Etna, or 2 million people. The land is ...
... amp; Swiss to take away the garbage, these countries turned the garbage into electricity & sold it back to the Italians.
Mt Etna come into view smoking away, she's known as muma Etna, at 10,000ft, she is a quiet volcano, lava flows by, she has 8 craters but after an eruption more craters may form, drove past Catania which has been destroyed many times the latest ones are 1693 earthquake ...
... where we indulged in cold sparkling water. We continued along the coast to another village, Marollo. It was hot and we had both run out of water on the bikes - 1.5l for me and 0.75 Annette. We polished off another 1.5l of water with gas and topped up the bike water bottles.
We continued along the beach, same as, umbrella after umbrella. It is a very pretty sight. I spotted my first real ice cream shop - ahh, gelato! There are lots ...
Hi everyone today we dr0ve to Ancona to catch the ferry to Croatia. On the way we stopped at a typical Italian beach covered in deck chairs and umbrellas. We chose a place for lunch and set up on the deck chairs for a while on the beach. There are so many chairs that unless you are in the front row you cant actually gaze at the beach you just look at the back of other peoples deck chairs. Also because you are all so close together its a bit ...
... century villa in the middle of the Tuscan countryside, fresh croissants and coffee for breakfast, a lovely German Shepherd named Margo who sleeps at the front door and walks us to the gate when we leave and arrive and lovely hosts, an elderly couple Bruno and Fiamennta who are 5th generation owners of the property.
Words cannot describe Tuscany, it's a postcard at every turn and the view from Fiosole down to Florence is amazing, such ...