Relais Villa d'Assio
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... have been in there are only two we would not use again, and this is one. It is certainly clean and cute, but very small.
Every place we have been in Italy has had a bidet, but this apartment is so small that they placed it in the shower! We could note we have been familiar with bidets for many years. When we visited Rome in the 70's there was one. We will not tell you what use we "tried" to make of it.
Spoleto to Narni
The last day. Yeah! I'm ready for it. Unluckily, it's raining so it's a chilly, wet ride to Narni. Hannibal never actually made it into Rome and neither do we. We grumbled about this earlier in the week but the rain, traffic and indescribably appalling state of the Italian roads make us glad our guides have organised a coach to take ...
... they are keeping. It was very beautiful and neat to see but I think the best part was a story she told us. When they built the space the grandfather thought they were crazy. He said why would you want to keep the wine. We make to sell! Very true grandfather. I see his logic but if I was a wine maker I would want to keep one bottle for memory. Can't forget about the wine that was great too.
After the tour we went back to the B & B for lunch and a nap ...
Our first full day in Italy was a gorgeous one, both in terms of weather and sight-seeing. We visited Villa d'Este, the 16th century home of Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este, a member of the rich and powerful Borgia family. He built the villa to console himself after his failed bid for the papacy. More impressive than the villa itself are the garden grounds, designed by ...
... 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 ...