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... br> On Friday we headed out early and drove the coastal highway to Rome. It was an easy drive and we stopped at the coastal town of Orbetello. It was set on a peninsula in between to lagoons. Using trip advisor we made our way to a restaurant for lunch that happened to be part of a very exclusive resort. It was set on a cliff side and a quick google search told me the hotel was very luxurious, and also about $700 EU per night. Unfortunately by the time we realized ...
... adventurous looking back it was actually quite scary and stressful - there were serious risks involved in walking around in the dark and at times we felt quite vulnerable. Given it was only 2.2km or a 5 minute car drive, the fact that it took us 80 minutes shows how far we had gone off track to avoid getting run over. I now also know that they have snakes in Italy, thankfully I didn't know that when I was ducking in the shrubs. A memorable birthday for sure:-)
... flowing. We visit St. Francis Church where the convent dates back to the first half of the 1200s shortly after St. Francis died. The church is nice but the Franciscans were not elaborate but rather choosy with what they displayed. The exception is the attached Chapel of the Cross built in 1315 and decorated with frescoes around 1410. As we walk up another street we have walked on several times, we notice a small Oratory of St. Christopher. It is one room made of ...
... senses, get lost and unruly. Enough of the rant...Cooked up a storm in Florence and learnt the skill from a very cute Italian Stallion, Alessandro. OMG...I'm a converted fresh homemade pasta maker and if I could, I would have Alessandro accompanying every meal.
Speaking of meals. I'm off for a Insalata for dinner up the road in Manarola, Cinque Terre. The thought of salad definitely does not give me goosebumps but my muffin top will thank me for it ;)
... but they eat me! Must be my irish blood!
We decide to get some night pictures of the leaning tower. After a very yummy freshly made pizza and a beer we are off on the 30 minute walk. As a child my parents had bought me sets of books about the world and one of them was about the 7 wonders of the world. I used to read those books to death. I wonder where they are now..... anyway i digress. I was really excited ...