Hotel Romantica Pucci
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... town with 2000-year old walls surrounding it. There are many statues and churches. One church in particular is very special, The Duomo, because the frescoes are known as some of the best examples of renaissance art. We walked to the top of the hill and found a massive stone bridge made by slaves in the 14th century. After lots of walking we had lunch in a typical 'bellisimo' Italian ...
... mosaics, which took almost 300 years to build. Even the detailed stone paving leading up to the steps indicates that one is approaching a special place. The interior is decorated with Luca Signorelli's frescoes, created from 1499-1504 including his famous depiction of the Last Judgment. The Duomo complex includes several additional museums which we plan to visit tomorrow, so we are back to our B&B to get ready for our trip outside of town for wine tasting.
... speaking the lingo, and attending functions like brother Per's 70th, 17May celebrations (ed. Norwegian National Independence day) and 2 Confirmations - all very special!
Per and Ragnhild took such great care of us - thanks a million!
I am so lucky to have a great family whom I already miss a lot!
Mind you, David missed the English; Italian after German we had too...
Enjoying our summer-house on wheels - it is so comfortable, compact ...
... After exploring the church we left to book our underground tour. The tour group had around 30 people but the caverns were large enough to accommodate us without to much trouble, the guide explained that these tunnels had been constructed over a period of 3000 years although there purpose now was mostly storage of goods they had served to collect rainwater, store pigeons and wine, mill olives, proved shelter and escape during wars as well as provide freshwater supplies from ...
Another glorious day. We have elected to skip breakfast and Get on the road early. Steve is our driver and we are heading to a small village on the top a hill about 160km south of Siena. The village so called ????????????. We finally arrive and from the car park we can see the town as it is perched on the top of a small rock formation. We get there via a steep but syllable foot bridge. There is not a Lott in the town but the views around the ares are spectacular. We ...