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Today we slept in late again and ate a great breakfast outside while overlooking the Tuscan countryside. After breakfast, we relaxed overlooking the farm and nearby towns while sipping coffee. About 11, we headed to Monticchiello to explore the town and eat lunch. We explored the town which only took about 30 minutes. We ate lunch at Osteria La Porta. It featured pici pasta (a pasta that is made in southern Tuscany with a ragu of duck or beef), ...
... gate allowing entry through the city walls, and gaze from the cliff tops to the Umbrian countryside. It is another clear, beautiful day and the views are magnificent! We pass several small churches along the way and enjoy the art and frescos. It is getting close to lunch so we wind our way to the main part of town to find a spot. We find one across the Piazza from the Duomo on a pretty square full of shops, museums and restaurants. We enjoy one of the ...
... over-drive and the rain turned to hail, and I peered out the window to see the awning sagging alarmingly with legs asplay like a drunken sailor, and flapping like a can-can skirt, so I figured it had to come down quickly, or lose it....
So out I bolted in my jocks and Tshirt, was saturated in an instant, but fortunately bitter experience had taught me that it's best to leave the crank-handle still swinging from the awning rather than have to ...
... during the sacking of Rome, he was concerned the water supply would be insufficient should Orvieto be attacked. The well is 53 meters deep and has a double helix style stair well allowing mules to carry water and empty containers up and down without obstructing each other.
We stopped for a late lunch at a nearby cafe and enjoyed a rest we had completed the things we wanted to do and we enjoyed taking in the views from atop the mountain. We had the remainder of the day to ...
... checked out the lovely square with the Italian men chatting away. loved Orvieto. Well worth going to.
Then we headed on to Civita de Bagnoreigo, 15 minutes away. Wow. This tiny town which again was built in Etruscan era is built like a little island on its tiny little hill. Unfortunately it is known as a dying town as the sides of the hill have been slipping and the ...
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