Hotel San Giuseppe
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and quiet. As if a lovely day couldn't get any better we sat outside our B&B Accommodation, showered and smelling slightly less of rotten egg. A chilled wine in hand, a decent view of the sunset and watching the stars come out it seemed the 100's of Italian bathers were a world away. Saturnia was sightly out of our way but well worth it for the experience; thanks for the tip Mum and Courtney! When will my towel not smell like rotten eggs? Maybe even smellier, Barney ...
... hike to get up to the town because you have to park on the other side, in Bagnoregio, and hike down and back up the steep hill, but well worth the effort. It is very charming and quaint, with some beautiful views. We toured around the cobbled streets, enjoyed a refreshment while sitting in the main piazza, and then headed back to the car.
It was another 30 minute or so drive from here to our accommodations just out side of Bolsena on ...
... but we could travel up by lift and then walk a little to our very old but very quaint hotel where they had a welcome glass of white wine waiting. This area is known for its white wine so I enjoyed! We did not join our tour director for orientation but went exploring on our own to see the magnificent Basillica. It is being restored but still very impressive to see.
This medieval village was ...
... weapons. Cindy joins in the fun (just wait until you see the picture!). We enjoy our aperitivo before heading out for a walk around the town.
At the piazza del morte we find the office for the Viterbo Underground... it's open until midnight so we are able to take the tour... it's started by the guy working there and then he gives us an audio guide in English and sends us down to the tunnels on our own. We are the only ones ...
... the piazza in front of the massive Cathedral with its ornate facade. A gentleman in the town hall across from it struck up a conversation with us and said it took 12 generations of builders to complete the structure. The town had a nice semi urban vibe to it and I noticed it is on the main train line between Florence and Rome. Easy to revisit without a car. :-)