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... and the grounds amazing, and left behind magnificent gardens with a massive emphasis on the water features! Fountains like you would not believe line the terraced gardens.
After a little walking, we had some lunch in front of a stunning fountain, fresh buffalo mozarella and ham with some bread, the mozarella was so moist that when cut the amount of milk like juice that ran from the cheese was awesome!
We kept wandering throught the ...
I'd been looking forward to today. I’d wanted to visit Tuscany for ages, and luckily a very good old (as in number of years known, not age!) friend Claire is also going on holiday there this summer, so I was able to use all her valuable research and take the easy route in just going where she recommended! It all worked out well, so big shout out to Claire!!
Of course, it wasn’t as easy as just get in the car and go. Oh no, Dub life is not that ...
... to identity landmarks when rewatching the movie. The church was built in the 11th century and was refurbished in the1500s. The cathedral was built on the site of a Roman temple. From the square of the church is yet another wonderful view of a walled cemetery called Cimitero Della Misericordia.
We continued walking the steep streets and lanes dodging raindrops and finally stopping on Cortona's only flat street where we found the perfect spot for lunch. I took the opportunity ...
... not the usual rows which helps in the growing process of the grapes. Notice the picture of individual vines.
After the tour, we had a wonderful lunch in the restaurant where we got to try some of their different wines paired with foods.
After lunch we began driving back to Rome so we could turn in our car at the airport. We then took a local train to Termini, the main train station in Rome. We had to wait several hours ...
... climbing down some rocky stairs and negotiating a moving gangway onto a boat which was pitching crazily the whole time. On the boat we skipped Corniglia and went on to Vernazza, another beautiful tiny town, where we had a short stop before hauling ourselves aboard another boat to the last stop at Monterossa.
There are cars in Monterossa, many restaurants, shops and some hotels. We had a lovely lunch included with our ...
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