Le Torri Di Bagnara Medieval Historic Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... visit a larger hospital and see a specialist. With a prescription written for 'Emma Q' on a piece of paper with two hospital stamps (very lax) we headed off to the farmacia (the doctor also didn't even ask for a dollar even though we were supposed to pay, not sure why - maybe he was worried about how much the specialist would cost).
In the farmacia was another treat, one wall was lined with GF food.... Including Farm Animal pasta from Orgran (made in Carrum Downs, ...
... sunglasses, reading glasses (!) and some money for gelato! I got Tegz out of her pit and we headed down to do what we do best; read!
Believe it or not we laid there for over 7 hours! The sky was that sort of azure blue that signifies holidays. There was not a cloud in the sky. The sun actually shone. This was all well over due and well deserved. We had a spectacular view of the lake and a much needed breeze ...
... that front onto the lake with amazing manicured lawns. The lack of gears meant in wasn’t long until I was grunting and groaning with every slight slope. I lasted for 4 miles until my bum, legs, arms and hands were aching too much. Pitiful isn’t it!
We came back from the bike ride and Lyn BBQd. We sat around our citronella candle chatting, then bed, this time with Tegz safely in her tent. Tour of Tuscany tomorrow! Can’t ...
Actually, we did the highs first. We drove to a town called Gubbio, inland from us (back towards Perugia really), where we tried out their "cable car". These consist of small cages, each containing a maximum of two people, that go up the side of the mountain to a basilica at the top.
Fortunately the weather started out well, so despite the odd spot of rain, there was little or no wind, and jumpers were enough to keep us comfortable! ...
... good night’s sleep, until the noisy Italians had a big loud chat at 12.30am just outside! The thunderstorm was amazing and the rain torrential. The management had lifted all the drains to allow the water to try and run off as the whole site was getting waterlogged. Little gullies and dykes had been hastily built. Great! We chilled out in the Dub discussing religion, listening to music and reading. Praying for better weather tomorrow to dry everything ...