Le Logge Di Sopra Bed & Breakfast
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... night' s concert. We saw many weary backpackers taking a break by the fountain.
We headed out of the Piazza to the Duomo. The cathedral is beautiully decorated with coloured marble and sits in a very tiny square. At the back it is so hemmed in by buildings that you have to travel out to the edges of town to see it. We didn't go inside because there was a price to get in. For me ...
... of the destroyed Poggiobonizio, from the early 13th century. It was discovered in 1803.
Castello della Magione, once home of the Knights Templars, and then given to the Knights Hospitallers after the Templars were abolished in 1312, is on the Via Francigena. The small church has a single nave ending with a noteworthy apse. The complex is currently the headquarters of the Militia Templi.
In the frazione of Staggia Senese is a notable castle (Rocca), probably ...
... was also a lovely view here - we stopped to get some opportune photos. The cafe was a bit of a dud though, so we kept on.
It was a few more minutes before we went around a big bend down towards the Basilica. We got there and realised it was free to go inside - SCORE! We saw a nice place for lunch a few metres away. We liked the look of the menu so we sat! It was called RIstorante il Masagalano. I ordered a pomodoro and Simon a Gnocchi pesto.
Here, we saw ...
... Tolomei (1272-1348), which begins the spiritual centre of the family Olivetana. Today the monastery to which it relates and is headed by the Benedictine Congregation of Santa Maria di Monte Oliveto. Bernardo, a man of God, he chose as his rule of life to the Rule of St. Benedict, and was a true lover of Mary from his youth. The Congregation he founded has a characteristic among the various monastic congregations of the Benedictine Order, ...
... high above us long after she'd
finished singing. She sang the word "lo", holding notes
for several seconds each to create chords as the sound reverberated -
simple triads that sounded amazing because there was only one person
singing! She was singing in three-part harmony all by herself!
We both left wishing we could magically transport the Spirit of
the Rockies ...