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Hailes Abbey (Gloucestershire, England), comments by firstname.lastname@example.org Hailes Abbey is a lovely site, even though there isn't a lot of it left. It is so quiet and peaceful and a good place to drop out on a sunny day. I particularly liked the small exhibition centre with [...]
Pitigliano Etruscan Pathways (Tuscany, Italy), comments by Valerie We walked a few of the Vie Cave in December; they are fascinating! There are a few grouped close together below Pitigliano along the SS74 towards Sovana, before you arrive at the Via Cava San [...]
Lascaux Cave (Aquitaine, France), comments by Pauline Updated January 2016 with information for Lascaux 4.
Sassi of Matera (Basilicata, Italy), comments by Valerie I should have advised that July and August are HOT. I mean, HOT! Those rocks heat up and radiate it to toast you. There is a beautiful fresh market daily (not Sunday), basically "behind" Piazza [...]
Metaponto Palatine Tables (Basilicata, Italy), comments by Valerie The museum is insanely hard to find! The archeological sites are scattered around with poor signage, odd as you'd think they'd make it easier to find their major tourist draw!
Castelmezzano (Basilicata, Italy), comments by Anne The zipline is AMAZING!! What an incredible feeling as you soar over the valley, it's almost like being out of body. Need to be in pretty good shape to hike up to the top, it's very steep. I found [...]
Sassi of Matera (Basilicata, Italy), comments by Pauline We spent one night in Matera on a recent trip to the area. I was overwhelmed by the beauty of this city. The Sassi part of Matera is beautiful, as is the town center on top of the valley. We followed [...]
Castelmezzano (Basilicata, Italy), comments by Pauline In April 2015 we drove to these hill towns near Potenza: Trivigno, Castelmezzano and Ansi. Castelmezzano was in a spectacular setting. We parked and walked the narrow lanes, up to the rocks where we [...]
Valley of the Temples (Sicily, Italy), comments by ItalophileNJ The "Valley" of the Temples is a fascinating place to visit. I spent a very full half-day there a couple of years ago, and enjoyed the museum as well as the temples. I've got a couple of great [...]