Agriturismo Borgo di Tragliata
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... drivers. We were told that it would take about 20 minutes to walk to the crater about 1,000m higher. We would know we were at the top because there would be another souvenir shop there. In fact a little higher there would be a second and guess what further on a third. Well I was puffing by the time I got just to the top of the car park hill so I wondered how I would go. I put my head down and just kept plodding (and panting). I passed two families each with ...
... had her first (of many, and many means literally every evening) pesto and gnocchi's. The pub crawl ended up being pretty average, they took us to a 'club' where the crowd was ranged from 30-60 years old and the music was mediocre. If we hadn't had an open bar at the start of the night, it would have been very, very bad. The next morning we wanted to go to the Trevi Fountain so we made our way there only to find out that it was under construction and covered in scaffolding. ...
... young Italian guy in Italian if this was the stop to return to the Rome train station. He said yes, but after about 20 minutes I was doubtful. More conversation, in Italian, with him and two other women helped me decide I was probably in the wrong spot and that I should take the train back to Rome. (I was doing ok with my Italian, but it was a bit of a struggle to explain anything complicated.) So, I now headed back inside the terminal, bought a ticket ...
... we did see where he was cremated (Temple of the Divine Julius). Tony and I would have loved to have an extended tour of ancient Roma with our guide Barbara, but everyone was beat and our time was limited.
We ate dinner at Restaurant Baja. The vegetarian antipasti (grilled pepper, zucchini, eggplant) was very plain, but good. The others had antipasti with salami and cheese. Then we all had pasta, with margarita sauce (Alessia preordered gluten-free for me).
... fight. It is full of grass now, but back in the old days it used to be sandy and not full of grass.
Anyone that likes Ancient Roman History would be fascinated by this place. The structure of this place will let you breathless because you wonder how such an old place has managed to stay up for such a long time. ...