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Travel Blogs from Riotorto
... our way down the hill to the seaside town of Follonica where we found things shut down just as tight. We did find one place open, however, and had some wonderful pasta and marinatee pork. The kids had a sugar-filled pastery thing for dessert. We then drove Liberace back to the closed campground, where qlmost across the road we found an un gated dirt road leading into an olive grove. We tucked Liberace behind a group of threes and set camp for the ...
We painfully discovered that the lower bunk in Liberace has got to be the worked most painfull. Niether Dorrie nor i slept well, but the kids did in the top bunk. We made coffee and tea, ate a few pasteries, and packed up for our second day just as a group of phesant hunters showed up. I dont recall exactly why we ended up in Grosseta, but we quickly discovered a cute ...
We woke early and ready to start work at 8.30am. Andrea (the boss man and Matteo's brother) Showed us the fields we would be working on. We helped put out the nets with the tractor and saw the biggest spider in Ital ever!! Emma cautiously started on the Clapping (a big, vibrating metal stick with plastic clapping hands to get olives) and I started chopping down a tree with
... reason the rest of the group had decided to take a different route. The only other incident of note was my discovery at the first coffee stop that the hard boiled egg I had rescued from the breakfast buffet and stashed in my jersey for lunch was in fact a raw egg. Oh how we laughed! Stayed at German-dominated beach hotel. Hey, at least we weren't the most demanding guests for a change. The route: http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/26 ...
... taking in the rolling green hills, perfect rows of grapevines stretching what seems like forever, and beautiful big homes...it's certainly a spectacular part of the countryside.
Now I'm making my way to a castle that IS open to the public...and the family still live there...so I get there, do the tour and the most impressive part is the family crypt, underneath the chapel. It's a dark cold stone room with a vaulted ceiling, about 40 ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking