Hotel Il Melograno
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Every year the event is celebrated during the feast of Corpus Christi.
Pitilgliano lies just west of Lake Bolsena. As you drive up to this beautiful hill town, you can see the ancient aqueducts from the Roman era still standing. The town sits precariously on the mesa and juts straight up from the rocky mountaintop. The walls of the town quite literally go to ...
... Monte. A steep walk at times taking us through an incredible variety of flora and geography it was fun. Started on a northern (very steep) slope winding through olives, rocks, some citrus and short stunted flora very similar to that of the Australian bush, once over the ridge line we quickly move to quite heavily timbered damp lichen covered paths that were much easier going, then onto an almost solid rock face where there had been a ...
... and shrubs. There are around 20 hens and ducks pottering about, the cockerels are noisily crowing trying to out do each other, one of these is the biggest I have ever seen! We went for our walk in the rain, passing the local thermal spa hotel, where at a price you can enjoy the therapeutic hot springs and treatments. The farms seem to mostly be growing cabbages and cauliflowers in various colours and varieties. The area is flat ...
... most are in excellent condition. From the paintings historians have been able to learn a lot about the people of this time, it is a unique site and well worth visiting. We had lunch and then walked into the town to visit the museum which is housed in the exquisite Palazzo Vitelleschi a courtyard centred house. The museum contains finds from the Necropolis including painted carved tombs, a terracotta frieze of winged horses, and pottery, personal items, ...
... We arrived at Tarquinia which is situated atop of a hill and found the site we were looking for, it closed at dusk, as it was already after 3.00 we decided to visit on the morning, we drove to Tarquinia Lido, about 5 kilometres away to find a camping spot. The camp site here is closed for the winter. We spotted a camper parked on a car park and joined it, the registration plate is from Poland. We walked Logan to the beach, ...