Tenuta La Campana
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... Vatican museum, which includes the Sistine Chapel; the Pantheon, and the most expensive, and fabulous shopping street in Rome, along with many spectacular churches.
I found Saint Peter’s Basilica surprisingly lovely, despite both the size, and vast amount of detail. I thought there was a good balance between decoration and 'lightness’ of it all, if that makes sense. In another words it wasn’t too overwhelming. ...
... of years ago landslides destroyed some sections so the complete coastal walk is no longer possible. There are other hiking trails within the park so it is still a great place for walking unless you are more of the drinking wine in cafes types as we are.
Best things about Cinque Terre: so many- photo ops, beers on the beach, messing about in boats.
Worst things: 5 am wakeup and life threatening bus ride.
... parading by! I have many videos, but I can't seem to load in Travelpod. I will share the pictures that I did take. That was so awesome...out of all the areas in the Campo for me to be able to get my way right up close to all the horses and jockeys as they paraded by. Amazing!
I decided to get some dinner after the race as I hadn't eaten much during the day. I ordered duck and vegetables. So very good. As I was leaving ...
... desk let us put our packs in their office so our load is lightened for the visit. Two levels of the museum is closed for restoration work so we only see one floor. The museum used to be a hospital that started in the 11th century and was still open into the 1980s. The Pellegrinaio Hall is wonderfully frescoed with scenes of life caring for the sick as well as abandoned children in the 1400s. There are a few other displays and most importantly toilettes at the end. We walk to the ...
... city of
canals. Ciao Baby! E
On our wine etc tour we stopped in the hilltop walled town of Pienza,
famous for local sheep cheese called pecorino.
I remember this taste so vividly from my visit in 2001, I had to slip
off-leash from the tour guide explaining about yet another medieval church, and
dash down the street (sidewalk, no cars within the walls) and buy cheese in the
hole-in-the wall shop. Too many tourists
in there ...