Pieve a Pava
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the Duomo. There is also a collection of rather humerous sculptures in the plaza. Then we find our way back to the car to find Doreen awake. While Pienza is another hilltop town, it is quite flat. We park, then pass a tranquil garden before entering the old town. Pope Pius II (1405 to 1464) came from this town and wanted to turn it into a compact Renaissance town. Bernardo Rossellino was chosen to create a cathedral, a ...
... of Siena. It was completed in 1263 on an earlier church and it has the form of a Latin cross, a dome and a bell tower. We did not venture inside though many guides suggest its worth it. We were happy to just sit and admire.
After the Duomo we commenced the mammoth task of deciding where to eat and what to eat...a bit of a too many options and not enough decisiveness in our group. We eventually sorted out the food situation and enjoyed Pizza and mum her ...
My comparison to Thelma and Louise might have been a stretch. We need some serious work on our get-aways. As requested by mom, Emile pulled the car out of the driveway onto the road and then we jumped in. We were psyched, mom was feeling good, confidence was high and then...it stalled and then it stalled again. Turns out the emergency break was on...D'oh! Finally we were on our way to the land of cheese aka Pienza. The drive went very smoothly through the ...
... up with Daniella's blog who was one of the volunteers whilst I was there. It's been nice to still see what's been going on whilst I have been away and to see the sloths in pictures. Kind of like a sloth quick fix. Daniella's last and latest blog on the sloth sanctuary was utterly surprising to me (http://www.thewondersofwandering.com/t he-dark-side-of-the-sloth-sanctuary/) and I was perplexed/enraged at her opinions in it. I also couldn't understand at all where ...
Most popular Sienese dogs:
1. Mini dachshund (what an invention! awww - I want one , sorry George)
3. Long haired Jack Russell
Most popular things to do:
1. Walk around Mediaeval alleys for 6 hours per day
2. Drink Chianti Classico
3. Buy Blazers and look for shoes
Most popular Sienese Wines:
1. Chianti Classico