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... of great bankers from 13thC and sheep farmers. Medici dynasty the rulers of Tuscany showed great support for artists. Chianti full bodied red wine is grown in Tuscan region. One of famous wines produced in Tuscany. Many olive trees as well. Walking in Rome. Trevi fountain. Basilica Santa Maria. Used for Roman ...
... in the shape of an egg. We had no,idea what was on a table beside the kettle, an electric rather than a period kettle thankfully. It holds 4 cans of drink!
Showers and washing completed we had a well earned rest. We again decided not to eat on our ride so we were a little peckish. Being in the old town, close to cafes and walkways as well as numerous old buildings, we ventured off in search of sustenance. We found a little bakery ...
... of years they did the dissections of dead bodies on a table in the centre of the room , so that potential doctors could see what was going on inside a person. It is also a fact that Mozart, at the age of 14, spent a few months here and gained his masters degree in Music. The University is still going strong.
Another claim to fame is that the whole city is connected by about 40km of portico'd walkways. A law was passed in 1280 that new buildings had to include ...
... had (sorry, I made that last bit up).
After a light lunch in the local
bakery / sandwich shop (I had a slice of pizza pomodoro and it was delicious),
we watched all the real enthusiasts returning from their test drives in a
Ferrari. It costs 80 euros but I’m not sure how long you get for that –
probably once round the block!
We arrived at our campsite in the
Apennine mountains of Reggio ...
... 8217;t had rain until this evening, just as we had hung out our washing.
Yesterday we walked along the ridge of the mountains in an easterly direction through beech forest. We had occasional views of the valleys and hills in the distance. Whilst we had a map, we managed to take a different path than planned and when we arrived in a village, it wasn’t the one we were expecting. It was a long walk back up the road to ...