Agriturismo Alle Vigne di Pace
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- Pets allowed
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... group of four travellers with backpacks, I'm not quite sure how she expected to get us into a space big enough for two people, but one shouldn't look a gift horse in the mouth, so we agreed that two trips might be wise. Phil and Michelle squeezed and wiggled into their seats and we waited for our host (Francesca) to make the return trip. As it turned out, the apartment was only 500 metres away, but we still appreciated the effort. After the apartment tour and ...
... the outskirts.
Could I continue? Yes. But even though I love my bike, I'm glad to be jumping off and am looking forward to being a tourist, wandering around Rome with David.
What's next? The days of being able to do these epic trips are waning as the years roll by but I am seriously tempted by the idea of cycling next year from Paris to Moscow. Anyone interested? Chrissie x
... with the Yorkshire lads Mark, Ash and Robyn and the banter is jolly but my legs are burning. I should be enjoying the few flat kilometres of the four weeks and yet I'm hanging on the back. Thankfully we stay dry and press on to Spoleto to our hotel which has seen better days. There is, however, a lovely courtyard and I drink more beer and eat crisps and nuts and think that I will definitely diet tomorrow.
... they are keeping. It was very beautiful and neat to see but I think the best part was a story she told us. When they built the space the grandfather thought they were crazy. He said why would you want to keep the wine. We make to sell! Very true grandfather. I see his logic but if I was a wine maker I would want to keep one bottle for memory. Can't forget about the wine that was great too.
After the tour we went back to the B & B for lunch and a nap ...
... a natural cave with a shrine inside. It is thought that originally it was sacred to the goddess Vacuna, the Sabine goddess of the waters and the forests. We had our lunch and then continued on to a beautiful saddle/open area of Osteria Faducchi an abandoned old inn with stone picnic tables. We were lounging and enjoying the area when other hikers caught up to us. A and Scottish couple and a German couple who were headed ...