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... most are in excellent condition. From the paintings historians have been able to learn a lot about the people of this time, it is a unique site and well worth visiting. We had lunch and then walked into the town to visit the museum which is housed in the exquisite Palazzo Vitelleschi a courtyard centred house. The museum contains finds from the Necropolis including painted carved tombs, a terracotta frieze of winged horses, and pottery, personal items, ...
A quick clean through Dream Catcher before leaving Rome. We paid for the camping and drove out yo the supermarket for a few supplies. In the car park there were a couple of chaps, probably about 30 or so, they were drinking cans of beer sat on the tarmac, it's sad that they don't have anything better to do at 10.30 on. Tuesday morning. We drove bout to the ring road and then on to the motorway we are heading to Tarquinia where there is ...
Kate tells me we are leaving the big floaty thing tomorrow. Whoooooof. I don't want to.
I learnt how to play BINGO and met some really cool towelly friends. Every night we came back to the cabin there was a new towelly friend and then they left the following day.
The floaty thing's ...
... half-destroyed during WW II, but later reconstructed according to the original design.
With all that history, this still isn’t much of a destination city but our visit was OK. We found a coffee shop, Fronte Del Porto Bar with free wi fi and took advantage. In two hours we posted four or five days of this blog. The satellite service on the cruise ship is expensive and twice as slow so we really got behind. Besides we have ...
... had her exhibition upstairs, the are was quite dark but good, it also allowed us to sneak up on the roof for a better view of the surroundings.
We stopped at random picture-postcard Tuscan village, Pitigliani, for a late lunch. Unfortunately we were there just past 3pm closing so no-one would serve us, despite their restaurants still being filled with diners. Very frustrating and helps to explain ...