Historical Resort Pieve di Caminino
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Free parking
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Day 3 & the 3 musketeers set off for the last day of our bike trip. A great downhill ride with magnificent views once again. The tour took us right through the centre of town before reaching our hotel at about 2.30 pm. Loved it but glad to be off the bike! Enjoyed a well deserved bottle of prosecco to celebrate the challenge of our ride. So proud of us all Tomorrow sees us headed for Torino (Turin) via fast train from Firenze (Florence) to start our cheese tour on ...
... we jumped online and booked a nice B&B just down the road. Convinced we couldn't drive the 900 metres immediately we had a dried out sandwich for lunch at about 4pm, where was our routine? Our previous attempts to locate the Thermal waterfalls had resulted in us finding a nice quiet spot just upriver of the waterfall, deep enough to swim in and only a few people around. Ready for round 2 we jumped in the water and enjoyed some sulphur bathing, this time in ...
... The Village is also on top of a small hill and is near Siena It was one of the many over nights stops on the route from Rome to Florence in the olden days. Inside the brick walls there is a Church, lots of Restaurants and Cafes, a garden and some gift shops.
It was really hot today, the gauge in the car said it was 27 degrees. When we got home we jumped in the pool to cool down, the water was freezing!
Steps, steps and more steps. With the easy tracks closed we walked the tracks from Corniglia to Monterosso al mare via Vernessa. Very steep hillside mostly the track is stone steps. The track was very narrow in places and we had to give way to people coming the other way. We found it ...
... the city, it's going to hit something historic.
The day after we moved in with our host families, we took a class field trip to the Duomo of the church of Santa Maria delle Fiore (Saint Mary of the Flowers) and the Baptistry, which is a separate building. We went into the Baptistry first, and I immediately kicked myself for forgetting my nice camera that day. I only have iPhone pictures. The entire ceiling and a good deal of the walls are covered in mosaic so detailed ...