Alle Logge di Sotto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... by Michele. The food and atmosphere at Guido's were very rich. I had stuffed guinea hen and Jay had wild boar which he thinks was actually beef. Guido's is known for its steak but since the steaks were over a kilogram they were too big for us. We were chagrined to find people around us sharing them. Duh!
After dinner we walked through the streets to meet someone from our Cinque Terre tour company hoping to retrieve Jim's lost sunglasses and I was on a mission to ...
... out while we were listening to the monks, the rain was expected to start again at some point. Biking in the rain didn't sound fun.
Linda, Lauren, Eduardo and I left for the hotel, while the rest took off on the bikes (including Ken). The ride was beautiful on a very windy, hilly road ending at Casabianca, a typical Tuscan villa with amazing views. I checked in and went up three floors to our room, which looked a lot ...
... church of San Martino a Luco.
The Church of Sant'Andrea a Palapiano, one of the most notable Romanesque edifices in the area. Although known from before the 11th century, the current building dates from the 13th century.
The Church of Santa Maria a Talciona (12th-13th century). The portal has a bas-relief fom 1234 portraying the Adoration of the Magi.
The Church of San Lorenzo in Pian de' Campi has a 15th-century fresco by Pier Francesco Fiorentino.
... This was definitely the nicest taxi driver I have ever met because he told me I was actually only 1 street away from my accommodation and gave me precise directions. Easy! Turns out I had walked past it about 3 times.
Siena is a town you can easily get lost in and I would say this is why I got lost but its not. I have a long history of being unprepared and I’m known amongst friends as the guy you never ask for directions from. The upside is that I saw a ...
... used to be over 70 towers within the city, but now only about a dozen remain in tact. The church of Collegiata was definitely my favorite place there. From floor to ceiling, frescoes (a type of painting applied directly to the wall) of Bible stories were caressing the walls. The Old and New Testament, all in pictures, made the Bible come to life in a way I had never experienced before. ...