Relais Villa d'Assio
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Last day in Italy sadly. We went to the airport via Tivoli and a visit the Villa d'Este, which turned out to be more difficult to find than it should have been and once more TomTom took us through the cobbled back streets! Villa d'Este was worth the detour despite the heavy rain that kicked in part way round the gardens. Luckily we'd left the interior til last. The trip to Tivoli rounded off a fantastic 10 days in Italy. What a great holiday it's ...
... the old town to the top, took in the views and sat with a coke and coffee cooling off in the slight breeze. The walk back down was easier as it was nearly all by escalator- not one but around 5 or so cascading down the edge of the old city wall. Bavagna is a tiny medieval walled village that takes minutes to walk through. There was a mosaic to see but the place ...
... wall are still in evidence, and it is obvious that the bulldozers were not let loose as they may have been in Australia.
Areas around the railway station and the park have become much better looked after, and safer, so what was an unsavoury area 25 years ago now has plenty going for it. The park is very neat and tidy and with the mild weather a few young children were out and about with their parents.
Lunch was a very ...
... 8217;s Metro and sits in the foothills of the mountains. Going in I knew that it had a few ancient villas and boasted a lot of nature, but that was just about it. What I discovered more than vindicated my somewhat controversial decision to skip out on exploring the sights and sounds of Rome for another day. We (Dr. and Mrs. Vlachos, Hillary, Christobel and I) arrived after a frazzling 30 minutes of train delays followed by a pleasant ...
Thursday 14.04.2011 - We woke up to a delightfully sunny day; a blessing after the rainy day before. We went downstairs and for breakfast had a very healthy (not) cream (Greg) and apricot (Kerrie) croissant washed down with a tasty cappacino. We decided to continue with Plan A from the previous day and ride north following the spine of the Appenine chain with a target destination of the small town of Rieti in ...