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Enter at your own risk an eclectic journey through a cluttered mind, streaming consciousness, not to be understood by all, but freed by me to you...

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Civita di Bagno Regio, Italia

After a train ride to Orvieto, you bus to Civita, an Etruscan city with only 15 aging inhabitants. You are entering a doorway to another way of life, after trudging uphill to get there. There are no cars and we were fortunate to have one of the only three rooms for the night. The skeleton keys for the doors were identical, but who cares? I know it's less than the Great Wall of China but it didn't seem so. Thanks, Rick Steves, for the tip.


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