Riva degli Etruschi
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Cooking class and lunch! Loved the cooking class, taught by the owner and the 2 chefs. We made; Focaccia Bread Zucchini tart Pasta Ravioli stuffed with smoked ricotta and fresh ricotta with fresh tomato sauce Guinea stuffed with sausage wrapped in pancetta Chocolate soufflé Then we ate.... OMG. So wonderful!!!! Suffered by the pool the rest of the ...
... torture he endured which should have killed him, and then his haunted post-life, during which he harboured a desire to find and take retribution on his tormentors, only to seek-out and finally discover one of his worst captors and to meet and make peace with him...
Makes quite touching reading, but, in particular, also was scathing of his treatment upon ...
Ahhhh...enjoying a homemade cappucino on the terrazza of our albergo this morning truly set the stage for a day straight out of the 13th century. Packing up, we said "Ciao" to Claudio and Cristina, the third-generation of the family to own and restore Il Borghetto. Cristina shared pictures of the state of ruin that her grandfather's house had suffered, and told us in a mixture of English and Italian about the way her father ...
... come to Australia for our beaches. The beach was grey, dirty, stoney, and had no redeeming features that we could see.
There was a dredging ship dropping rock and fill only metres out from the beach. They may need to have their beaches stabilised, but it would not fun if you were in the (nonexistent) surf!
As we had had a full day we ate in rather than eat out at the MP restaurant. That can wait until tomorrow evening.
... Etruscan burial urns. The Etruscans were in power before the Romans conquered them. We broke the tour with a coffee standing up at the bar as the locals do. (Saved $1 too!). During Roman times an amphitheatre was built below the town and over the centuries was neglected, residents used it as a rubbish dump. In 1920, a local psychiatrist was convinced that the ampitheatre existed and, using mental patients as ...