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A great Hotel, perfect location and particularly helpful staff. Excellent value for money.
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We want to see more of Orvieto before departing Umbria toward Rome and our trip back home. We checked out of our B&B but leave our luggage at there and embarked on a walk about town and visits to the remaining museums adjacent to the Duomo.
The City of Orvieto has created a museum complex to display and …
... people there. It almost took away from the experience. Almost. After 5 minutes or so - Jeff was off snapping pictures. I spent half my time zooming in on ruins and the other half scanning the crowd for Jeff. He blended in, disappeared. I never saw him again. Until the meeting time. I resisted the temptation to buy a miniature colosseum. Then we marched up the hill a ways and visited the San Pietro in Vincolli St. Peter in Chains). It are famous for a couple of ...
... Capital. In accordance with the tumultuous history of the region, the city was the possession of a succession of empires until Sicily was adopted by plebiscite into the Unified Kingdom of Italy in 1861.
Agrigento lies perched on an expansive ridge by the edge of a plateau with superlative views of the Mediterranean Sea. However, apart from the town’s visually delightful old quarter straddled around picturesque Via Athenea and its medieval architecture, the remainder of ...
... into the museum and up into a courtyard. Our guide gives us a detailed history of St Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican, pictures included.
We did not enter St Peter’s Basilica, but could see it from the top of the Museum. Apparently you can climb all the way to the top as well. From here we entered the buildings that lead to the Sistine Chapel. We walked past many intricate wall designs ...
... when we were travelling. More difficult for the nasties to remove the bags when they have to carry all of them at the same time. Finally, diesel is the way to go in Europe where the price of petrol is about $NZ3/litre for standard and diesel is only about $NZ2.66 [and goes a lot further]. There is also no Road User Charges on diesel so the pump cost is the true cost.
Well, that’s it for this week. Roma here we come.
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