La Tana dell'Istrice
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After finding our chosen restaurant for fish for lunch, we find that the cook is actually sleeping. No fish yet! We decide to wait until we get checked in at our B & B apartment in Viterbo and then have a proper dinner.
The drive along the coast on the ancient path of Via Aurelia is lovely. The views of the sea and countryside are worth the litte extra bit of time off the main highway. We drive across the ...
... the church there are lots of paintings by famous artists around the world. Every year or so special artists have to come and keep them restored. We went to see St Francis' tomb, which was in the crypt and it was a bit spooky but amazing.
The next day after a typical Italian breakfast of chocolate caldo and pastries we went to Spoleto another Umbrian hill town. Spoleto is a very ...
... br> We head out to the countryside to visit Tenuta Decugnano Dei Barbi for our wine tasting. We climb some hills and are treated to a very gorgeous view of Orvieto. Having allowed plenty of time for the trip, we arrive early and have a few moments to wander the property and enjoy a chat with some other Americans on holiday here for the tour.
The tour is very enjoyable as the hostess Anna Rita was very knowledgeable about Umbrian wines, and the global ...
... I'm not to change anything, so this is how it comes, since Treas is already on fire-wood duty....
And, in case you don't understand, we share jobs on the basis of apportioning them as 'pink' or 'blue' jobs - pink are more feminine type jobs, and blue are the dirty, grubby, or physical type jobs, like emptying the toilet...
"Hi, it's Marianne here with a few words on my side of the story.
Norway was just me to a 'T', being ...
... the sale of the properties above ground. Making our way through the tunnels did involve some very tight squeezes with low ceilings but often opened up into large spaces many with openings onto the cliff face providing air and light.
Once the tour was over we went into the Duomo museum which to be honest was nothing special but we had a wander around. We headed off towards pozzo di san Patrizio, a well dug between 1527 and 1537 after pope clement VII took refuge in Orvieto ...