AC Hotel Arezzo by Marriott
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We returned the car to Arezzo first thing on Saturday morning and after much deliberation decided against catching the train to Florence, opting to stay and look around Arezzo intead. Turned out to be a good decision as it's a lovely town where we easily whiled away several hours looking through the shops and various historical buildings. Our favourite was the town hall with its clock tower which had the full workings of the clock on view and we waited to see the entire mechanism ...
... and grittier than others we’ve used, but overall it was okay and worked just as advertised. There are only two routes so that makes it pretty easy to navigate. (The map you gave us was awesome Sarah and came in really handy to sort out where we were going)
First stop the Coliseum – the Arena we’d seen in Nimes was a lot more preserved but this is just huge – 70 000 people could fit in there (beats Eden Park for the RWC final) – ...
... In a nearby piazza, we discovered a concert by Bandao. Unfortunately, we did not have the camera with us, but you can catch this group on ...
Last night we went out to a cafe called Hermes (Enzo the owner LOVES the college students and has flags,etc. hanging on the walls and he plays Italian MTV on the TV) for chocolate cualda, which like hot chocolate but thicker... kinda similar to melted ice cream but hot, It was DELICIOUS!! Especially since it was cold and kind of flurrying outside. We then decide we were just going to walk around down streets we hadn't been yet. So a group of us wondered up and ...
... wasn’t having it!
My favorite part of our day in Siena was our visit to the Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta, Siena’s Duomo. It’s the most beautiful church I’ve ever been in – it is so ornately decorated that I don’t think an inch was left untouched. It was built as a direct challenge to Florence’s Duomo, and Duccio (a famous proto-Renaissance artist) created some ...