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Italy Driving Tip: Italy makes frequent use of speed cameras. They're called autoveloxes and the police are happy to mail you a speeding ticket if you fly by one too fast. This seems a bit unfair to me and I hope they never catch on in the U.S. Fortunately my Hertz Never Lost alerted me to most of them in advance, but I have a feeling I may receive a couple of additional charges on my credit card.
Settled earlier than 900 BC, Volterra is a treasure.
It has been continually inhabited since the end of the 8th century BC
It has Etruscan and Roman Ruins aplenty, great views to the valleys below, very good wine and eateries.
It is a beautiful town situated 40kms west of Siena. Because of its location the drive there, especially from the West is truly superb
Next time you are in Tuscany take a day out and spend some time in this place.
... it’s way to Monte Carlo this starry night for an 8am arrival.
Paul writes: Note to self: When I next book a cruise, I will as WGTA if it is possible to determine whether or not the ship will be taken over by a very large (in terms of percentage) group. That changes everything. Second note to self: I think this ship is too small for my taste. There is simply not enough to do. This is heresy for most Silver Seas sailors but, for me, give me bigger. Size ...
... beautiful wares. An antelope skin coat catches my eye but we head out to look at what else we can find! l
First stop is Piazza della Signoria where we look at the great marble fountain of Neptune and the copy of Michelangelo's David outside the Palazzo Vecchio before having a coffee at the Cafe Rivoire and ogling their beautiful chocolates.
Then we head for the Ponte Vecchio which is crowded as always, and after ...
... Santi ordered some lovely Tuscan dishes for us to sample.
We then had a lovely drive up into the hills to a village perched on the top called Montecarlo. Again it had a wall that surrounded it with lovely arched gates, but it looked over the beautiful Tuscan fields - grapevines, olive trees etc. We stopped here for a famous Avicgado?? not sure of spelling - gelato icecream with hot coffee for those who desired. It ...
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