Travel Blogs from Cascia
... so as she was trying to push me Into the car ...I peed on her foot...she was furious...so she had the nerve to use my bottle of drinking water to clean her foot....this day just gets worse..in Ascoli we went out for lunch to a beautiful restaurant and the waiter stood on my tail...but I got him back..every time he returned I growled (I tried to put on my deepest growl) so it got to the point he was terrified to come back to the ...
Leaving Trevi we headed upwards (545m above the valley floor) to Coste.
You will struggle to find this on any map. There is not much there but they do have a beautiful field of red poppies, friendly puppies yapping at the gate and the feel that the mountain folk behind the curtains are holding firearms just incase any "unknowns" get to close.
... topics, though on several, we were poles apart.
This was the third church on that site since the 3rd C.
Then to Narni, a much talked about town. It was larger than we expected, pretty and well cared for, with the local residents accepting the trigger happy tourists. Many of the old buildings were undergoing extensive renovations and refurbishments. ...
... travel. Had no intention of testing my new rain poncho.
Somewhat sensitive, as boots and jeans still drying out from the day before!
Not sticking around for the rain, headed south to San Gemini but it was raining when we arrived so just stopped and took a couple of photos.
Continued on to Cesi in the late afternoon. It is a small village of ...
... question, lots of discussion and advice!
Our plan was to climb up beside the falls taking photos both ways to ensure we had some good shots. Soon after we started it begn to drizzle. That was OK, had our rain jackets on, so continued. Another consideration was that it was a long way from the start of the trail to the car park. Not a good decision. The rain got heavier. Handbag and camera worn under my ...