Sovana Hotel & Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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... the rough areas just off the fairway from rooting ferel pigs. The pro shop did tell us we get a free drop from the "pig rough". Unbelievable. We did not let it slow us down, but it was a visible blight on the course.
Our round took about three hours forty to finish. Carved from an old olive grove, there were olive trees everywhere. In fact there were ...
... a harborside restaurant. After we drove up to the top of the Monte (mount) for some great views of the coastline and harbors. Kathy snapped a number of shots today.
We returned to the apartment about 4:00 and fell into our routine of cribbage (Jerry is on a winning streak!) reading the news from the US p, which today seemed to focused on the the Republican debates. Not a clear choice in the whole ...
Monte Argentario is a small peninsula about an hour's drive North of the Rome airport. We've seen many flights going over heading Northwest from the airport. The weather is a balmy 62 at 7:00pm in the evening as we write this blog. Forecast for the next week is improving after tomorrow and some beach time looks possible. We have some exploring to do of the small ...
So, we drove north and are now in Tuscany. We stopped at Orvieto, which is an Italian Hill Town. There are many hill towns in Tuscany and Umbria, particularly the former. They were built during the middle ages as defensive structures due to the constant small time warfare and raiding. So, this massive Roman Empire is reduced to sibling squabbling. But there are attractive sights left for us.
In Orvieto, the church is rated by some as the most beautiful ...
... island and the pace of the erosion quickened ,as the layer of clay below the stone was reached.
A bridge was constructed to keep Civita connected to BagnoRegio in the 1900's .The village is known in Italian as il paese che muore ("the town that is dying"). There are about 12 people who live there year round , and up to about 100 in summer as Civita is now under a new erosion threat of unregulated tourists. (Of course that ...