Le Logge Di Sopra Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Beverage Selection
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... it. What a sweet thing to have done!
We continued strolling through Siena. It is so different at night with fewer tourists and more Italians, beautifully dressed, and out to see and be seen. There is still a lot of activity but the pace is less frenetic, cool and relaxed. It was a wonderful way to enjoy Siena on our last evening together. Tomorrow we take Jim and Bernice to the airport and then hope to spend some time seeing Florence.
... I travelled at least 75km today, getting photos here and there and, after getting slightly lost on a mountain, accidentally coming upon one of the most beautiful views I've seen in my entire life, at the peak of the hill town of Panzano. The photo does not do the experience justice.
I cooked myself dinner (fresh ricotta that I helped make, sautéed eggplant, spinach and garlic, tomato sauce and pinto beans with red wine, obviously) and sat ...
... out of the movie a Room with a View.
While I was relaxing out in the garden in front, the van pulled up with Hilary in the front seat. I was very surprised to see her, as she is training for an Ironman competition, and is always out in front of the pack. Turned out she crashed on a downhill where the pavement was wet and had some very severe scrapes all along the left side of her body. Lynn, who was with the pack, in ...
... two hour long tour of the museums and then get entry direct to the Basilica - oh well, we figure - better to see some art than queue. The small group tour of 15 became closer to 60, with dodgy crackly headsets and a crush of people like we'd never seen before. Made Disneyland in July look like a ghost town! Suffice to say, not the best experience and least said the better.
Chris, slightly cynical ...
... in Italy. She was apparently well known by the Church hierarchy across Europe and well respected. Although she was illiterate, she managed to dictate hundreds of letters that are well documented in books for sale across the city. A number of those letters were related to her advocacy to move the Papacy back to Rome, which most historians give her considerable credit for accomplishing.
As with other Italian duomos, relics ...