Relais Villa d'Assio
- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... with a beautiful, modern kitchen, a roaring open fire and two large table which accomodated about 20 people. By the time we started lunch, it seemed like the whole village had arrived- neighbours, aunts, uncles, grandparents, cousins and their girlfriends/boyfriends. We had a full Italian lunch starting with the pasta we had made with Nonna, followed by the secondo, roasted guinea fowl with pork and beef stuffing and sausage cooked on the open grill. After that came ...
... as a strong fever. He rallied enough for us to take a walk and finally check out the inside of the Duomo. While we had passed through the square many times, we had not ventured inside. While decorated with many frescoes it was not an overly ornate cathedral. What was perhaps most intriguing were the numbered squares in the floor which were obviously used at one point, as subterranean crypts. While the rings are now removed, you could still make out ...
... It was a interesting find. We learned too that it was wise Graham only used his foot to adjust the line since they have hairs that sting and can cause rashes and allergic reactions. Don't mess with the lowly catepillar!
We did find the video store after all. Just around the corner from our place in the end. So tonight's feature: Peabody and Sherman. We figured since they go back in time and meet Leonardo di Vinci that it was still a part of their educational programming...
... Rome between trains. We had pre-purchased tickets back home,and thus with our first leg we had a specific coach and seats assigned to us. When we got on, however, our coach was looking relatively full and our seats occupied. Graham figured we must have got on a first class coach and suggested we start working back through the train. Veda recognized that we were indeed in second class, so back we went to Coach #4. Fortunately there was a Trenitalia employee who took a look ...
... rustling of trees,birds twittering and occasional lizards darting by.
The Canopus seemed such a tranquil place perfect in its stillness...the long green pool lined on both sides by beautiful greek statues Hadrian loved so much.Now surrounded by poppy flowers and broken columns it still has the magic of centuries ago.It is crowned at one end by the Temple of Serapis where he must have reclined with his entourage enjoying the good things of life.
It reminded me of ...