Ai Tufi Hotel
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... at Montepulciano. This spot while it was our last to visit steals are hearts. It is a quaint little village filled with artisans making some amazing things. From paintings to mosaic tile pieces of art there are just some beautiful things here. The views are spectacular. We spend a fair amount of time wandering the village and popping in and out of the shops. Leanne finds our big souvenir to bring home, a Tuscan serving plate made ...
Monday was our first day of class. I met with some other girls and we made our way to a cafe for cappuccinos and croissants before making our way to our classroom for the day. Because Tuesday was a national holiday, the law school was closed on both Monday and Tuesday, and we had class in the humanities building instead. Which was actually nice, because it was super close to us. It, was, however, extremely hot in the room we ended up in, with no windows ...
... baptistery, library and the cathedral with it's Pisano designed pulpit. The cathedral was designed to be the largest in the world, but the church ran out of money before it was completed, so it was rotated and what was designed as the North / South transept ended up being the nave and only the East wall of the planned East / West nave was completed. We were able to climb ...
... to celebrate.
We then head to an area of town we drove around and around trying to find our way in four days ago. But we hadn't walked around this area before. Steve knew the way of course, he is clever at that, he likes to be organized and know where he is heading, I go a different way each time I walk out the door.
We were a bit early so ate again, cold cuts and cold pasta salads. Then walked around the fortress of Siena. A strong hold at the entrance ...
... notable for their white or blue-grey marble.
to Volterra (under the control of the Medici
family in 1530). Roman Theatre (1st century BC), excavated in the
1950s. Pizza from Pizzeria Blum S.N.C. & gelato for lunch at
L'Incontro Gelateria. Unexpectedly found a ...