Tenuta due laghi

Address: Via Campigliano no 29, Rieti, Lazio, 02010 , Italy | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on Via Campigliano no 29, Rieti.
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      Hunting Truffles

      A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on Apr 06, 2015

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... followed their path as they raced around looking for truffles. The truffle dogs are specially trained spaniels who search out truffles, dig them up and return them to Lucca in exchange for a treat. As they grow in the ground and often under trees, Lucca sometimes has to help dig them out with the help of a specially designed spade which looks a bit like a one-ended pick axe. Apparently the truffle hunting job used to be done by pigs which were not so trainable and had ...

      Easter Weekend in Spoleto (April 3-5)

      A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on Apr 05, 2015

      17 photos

      ... of Christ's walk with his cross, but rather a candlelit walk that stopped at various markers along the way up to the Duomo for prayer. What surprised Sally most were the jeers and comments which came from the Friday night bar crowd who were gathered near the Piazza, but for entirely different reasons. The bar owner finally ushered the loud mouths back inside the bar and closed the doors. Catholicism, we were beginning to learn, is perhaps more of a ...

      A morning's walk

      A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on Mar 30, 2015

      5 photos

      ... sticks into Harry Potter wands and run about casting spells at each other.

      Since the path brought us to the outskirts of town, we realized we were quite close to the UNESCO world heritage site -- the Basilica di San Salvatore. It had some interesting frescoes, but most impressive were the re-purposed Roman columns which made up the interior of the Basilica. We got into the church just a couple minutes before the afternoon shut down (most stores, churches and ...

      Trains are easier without backpacks

      A travel blog entry by sharpeworth on Mar 27, 2015

      1 comment

      ... a few of the smaller bodies starting to lag a bit. The bigger challenge lay ahead; the coaches were full, and there are no assigned seats. When we finally found an empty coach we realized it was first class! Off again as we marched down the train-line looking for an emptier coach. We finally found a grouping that kept us close enough together. There were still other travellers who were left standing for a portion of their journey. Who knew the train towards Perugia ...

      Walking the eastern half of Rome

      A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Feb 11, 2015

      8 photos

      ... the home seat of the Pope and very grand. They have re erected an Egyptian column that was redirected on its way to Constantinople and erected in Circus Maximus around 300AD and was buried and then found and moved to the Basilica around the 1700's . It is the largest in Rome and weighs 455tons. Returned tired after 8 kms of discovery. We spent the evening resting up for our time with Kaye and ...