AC Hotel Arezzo by Marriott
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Day 255 12 hrs, 4.5 kms Arezzo feels more like the cities of the northern plains--large, flat, well planned... with a train station directly facing the heart of the city. But it does have an obvious idiosyncrasy: a statue of a lion--but not an ordinary lion... a lion with goats head coming out of its back! This is the Chimera, a mythological creature I'd never heard about, that dates back to the days of the Etruscans--and is a symbol of th city. Not sure quite what to make of ...
... St Peters Bascilica but the queue was massive.
So instead we walked around to the Vatican Museum to see how big the queue was for it – but there wasn’t any queue, we walked straight in with me saying to Glenda ‘there must be something wrong’ – but there wasn’t. Wow- talk about stunning, amazing, awesome…. And that was just the building itself the artworks are beyond words. There are four miles of galleries (and ...
... like panzanella (a Tuscan dish I’ve had 2x now…it’s basically a tomato and cucumber salad with vinaigrette that you’d find in Whole Foods or any basic salad bar, but with bread as its base. It sounds weird, I’m sure, but trust me, it’s delicious!). Back to the hotel, hung out, and to bed! Not a great night’s sleep, eaten alive by a pet mosquito (so bad, I had to buy anti-itch cream today!), but the next day in Florence would make up for ...
... our own and get lunch, but by the time we were released everyone was taking their siesta so the majority of the shops were closed and food was a little harder to find. But eventually we found a pizza place and it was AWESOME!!!! They are not kidding when they say Italy has the best pizza! We found the way back to the train station on our own and headed back to Castiglion for naps!!!
Sunday was pretty uneventful since classes started on Monday, we went ...
... Brunellos (for 14 euros), which we all had different opinions on. I liked the 50 and 44 euros ones, but didn't like the one for 30 euros. We did the usual viewing of old streets and churches, but the guide book was right in describing the church here as one of the ugliest you will see in Tuscany. From here we drove across country to Pienza, which is an ...