Pieve a Pava
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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 ...
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 ...
... plaques. the church like the Domenican church we saw is a vast space with a limited amount of art and sculpture. It also has the contrada flags in it. The frescoes in the church have seen better days and are in need of restoration. We exit the church and find out that the Oratory does not open until one, so we will have to come back if we want to see it. Looking at a map, we pick a route that will go by a few churches on our way back towards Il Campo. We walk along a walled ...
... of people, the noise level is raucous, and just being with everyone eating, drinking, laughing, and shouting in Italian is exciting. The waiter speaks English and guides us to an excellent antipasta plate including sardines; pork chops pan fried in some kind of lemon garlic sauce for Haley; ribs and potatoes in a tomato base for Jack; rabbit cachetori for Elaine (sorry Nathan); and I have hand made pasta with mushrooms; everything ...