Fattoria di Radi
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Tower doesn't do it justice, on a perfectly clear night it's strobe lighting was breathtaking. Our impressions of Rome after giving it a really good chance are that the city needs to smarten up. The history and grand and imposing monuments and the collections of art are there but compared to Paris, or Milan or Berlin, it has become dirty, scruffy with graffiti, and everyone seems a little down at heel. Despite this the winter weather and the charm of the Italians were ...
... football, and this was apparent based on the somber looks of most of the people sitting watching, as well as the occasional (but no so occasional) shouts of profanity at the television. After the game most people stuck around, as it was only 8pm. Marco, the bar owner, had roasted a whole pig, so he carved that up and divvied it out for free with bread, water and cheese from our farm. I sipped Italian beers all night until I left around 10pm.
... same thing. While it was cool and they did a great job, it got old after a while. I'm sure the locals enjoyed seeing how their crew compared to the others though! Regarding the costumes...all involved the men wearing tights; thankfully most of them had long tunics to cover the jewels! Many also had heavy hats and/or wigs. All were made out of very thick wool, polyester, and done were even fur lined. And quite a few of them were carrying heavy flags or some ...
... and since it closes soon we go inside. Well actually, I go inside because Carol thought I was checking out the museum to see if we could wear our packs in there. The church has a bronze Christ Risen on the alter and a beautiful fresco behind it. It is quite beautiful and when I exit, Carol goes in while I wait on our piece of stone bench. We eat the sandwiches from our hotel and the torte and cookies which fill us up nicely. We go into the museum and the nice ladies ...
... litany of EnglishFrenchSpanish (the French was pretty bad) in a row at far too loud a volume until we got off a San Gimignano.
Video Game Nerds will remember it as the city with All The Towers. If any of you read the histories like I did, history nerd among rpg nerds, you'd remember that it said that, while only 14 stand today, there used to be 72. Only one of the towers is open to the public; the one that had been built by the public official, as it were, ...