Day 34 on the Via Francigena

Montefiascone to Viterbo – Tuesday October 9th – 12 miles in 6 hoursWe said goodbye to Lake Bolsena. The largest volcanic lake in Europe and considered to be the belly button of Italy.Bill and I had an off day. Our packs didn’t set well. We walked down from Montefiascone and then became weary with the level shadeless terrain. Just one of those days…Highlight! Roman road dating back to 150 BC.Tonight we are staying at the Palazzo Riario. The gentleman that checked us in ran over to meet us at the hotel in his chef’s clothing. Often times hotels are not manned 24 hours a day. After checking in we promptly dumped our packs and followed him to his restaurant. It was fantastic!Baby alert hence grandparent alert! Congratulations to Troy and Yessmy. Late last night Graciella Faye was born. She is absolutely beautiful and we can’t wait to meet her. Yay! Bursting with love.

Roxanne’s post and photos:

“Coregone” fish caught out of Lake Bolsena. 
The Fab Five walked out of Montefiascone and walked to Viterbo the center of Italy’s military aviation. Roman RoadMorning SnackBelt Modification Lunch breakBaby Announcement Grocery store bulk wine

10 thoughts on “Day 34 on the Via Francigena

  1. Kim Chapman

    The depth of color in these pictures were great… Almost like you painted a canvas. Loved so many of them its hard to comment on all the ones I want to comment on. LOL
    Congratulations on being grandparents… It’s the best. Paige you got your little girl!!! 🙂

  2. Kayla Bowen

    I love waking up to a new post every morning. Thank you for keeping us so involved in the history of your journey, details that most don’t see, and keeping us moving forward through your eyes. My favorite part, well we have lots of favorites, but one of the things I like to look forward to are the little details you happen to capture that most people don’t see. Oh, and the animals you meet along the way! You seem to draw them in!

  3. Cousin Renee

    Congratulations on you your new grand baby girl!! Your journey is fascinating. Glad you’re all staying well!!

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