Out and About in Tuscania


This is a joint post.  My dad provided the photos and I have assisted with the captions.


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Guests at the B&B arrived in natty (Dutch?) vehicles and also on push bikes.

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Fontana di San Giacomo


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bar seating near the duomo of Tuscania, San Giacomo

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The Rivellino Theatre and part of the comune


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Torre di Lavello and entrance to the park

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via Roma, Tuscania


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I (Cathy) will comment on this last photo.  My Dad was on holidays, but we still had to get on with those day to day tasks like recycling, and he came to help me.


For those that have enjoyed my Dad’s guest posts on An Italophile, he now has his own blog, which can be found at An Evolving Scientist.

  • Janine Vasta

    You two!!!! What a team! I love these posts! xx

    • I know Janine, and I think it is cool we can coordinate these posts from different sides of the world xx

  • LindyLou Mac

    A great joint effort and I was delighted to discover your Dad has his own blog just the other day. 🙂

    • Thank you Linda. Another blog to read perhaps 🙂

  • I’m so glad your Dad is blogging. 🙂 I love reading his history behind electronics and all of that. 🙂 I adore that glossy green door in the photo above. 🙂 That door would be a delight to go home to each day. 🙂

    • It is pretty cool, my Dad blogging. That glossy green door is lovely Krista 🙂

  • Ingrid

    Welcome back!!

    • Thanks Ingrid 🙂

  • Thank you for sharing these, I love virtual travel 🙂
    The entrance to the park looks so lovely, I would have headed there straight away!

    • Elisa, virtual travel is great sometimes. The entrance to the park is quite something, and the park is rather lovely too. The park is a magnet for locals and tourists alike.

  • lisa | renovating italy

    how wonderful to be blogging with your Dad, my Aunt is in her 70’s and just starting to set up a site. I found a gorgeous post on my fb feed and think you’ll like it, it touched a chord x http://deardaughterdeardad.wordpress.com/

    • Thanks Lisa. We make a great team 🙂 Thank you for sharing the dear daughter/ dear dad website with me. I do appreciate it.