Hotel Villa Marcella
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Travel Blogs from San Vincenzo
... The ferry trip was just glorious , passing through the Tuscan archipelago. Leaving Ronaldo down in the bowels of the ferry to chat with the semi-trailers, coaches and other cars ....we sat on the top deck in the breeze looking at all of the little passing islands glittering like green emeralds in the calm water.
Elba is about the same size as Rottnest , but much, much older . It has an interesting history, which I find fascinating , being a bit of a ...
... I ask him how it was....all I get back is "I don't like iper-coops, to busy, I need snack.." We snack and head back out into the down pour. Keeping our heads down we pedal our way along the coast line. Finally around 16:00 the rain stops the sun comes out. We stop for lunch and peel off the wet jackets to let them dry. Back on the bikes we keep heading south on a small road that runs parallel to the large interstate highway. We have ...
... little town of Montecerboli and then went for a long walk around the village of Sasso Pisano. On the walk we saw steam coming out of the rocks! Parco delle Fumarole di Sasso Pisano was well worth the effort to see.
We continued on our walk and ended up a long way from town, and had to walk back in along a main road.
For dinner this evening we had planned to have pizza in the village. Imagine our disappointment when we arrived only to find they only do pizza on ...
... although after seeing so many now it's hard to remember one from the other sometimes. We walked over the only remaining bridge in Florence that wasn't bombed in WWII...Ponte Vecchio..built in 1345..with its unique style of shops that overhang the outside if the bridge....all jewellery shops selling gold and silver, one wonders with so many vendors selling much the items how they survive. Scrumptious pasta for lunch, Bob had a pizza which ...
... the meat and said they are put there to infuse the meat and add flavour to it. There was one big window in the cellar which is opened every so often to moderate the temperature. We were then taken through a corridor (also completely covered in aged meat) to another room where all the Parmesan cheese was stored. Parmesan cheese originates from the city of Parma and Antica Corte Pallavinca is on the outskirts of Parma. The circular blocks of Parmesan cheese ...