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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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Today we were scheduled to see Fiesole, however with a quick email from Greg our plans changed. Fiesole can wait.... It has been here since the 11th century. I think we are safe to postpone our trip a day or two and venture to meet Mario and his wife, Grace in Casciank dei Bagni. As we exited the highway, we went through the toll, and the military police decide to pull us over and ask ...
... into the blog.
Since I promised myself I would paint at least one painting either
plein air or a sketch from my photos per day, I have done a couple today that I
enclose with day 4’s blog.
Enjoy traveling with me as I work my way around being stranded
in the country, etc. My challenge for day 5 is that I am giving another college
try to getting to Florence early am this time, pretending I am in class for the
... by Bacco, one of the resident dogs. At one point he went running down the big driveway and Canyon chased him down to make sure he made it back up (Bacco is a sweet little older dog). We then drove over to a little town called Montefioralle. It is a fortified town that dates back to first documented settlers in 1085. We can actually see Montefioralle in the vista from the backyard of our ...
It was an easy start to today. Even the people setting up their stalls in the local town square didn't wake us.
Sunday is Market Day for local producers, and once a month it is a major market, more like a flea market. There were clothes, kitchen appliances, second hand rubbish, and while we didn't buy much, it was fun to wander around.
Our main aim for the day was to go to 11am Mass in Panzano. We strolled up to the very old church, which is located right at the top of ...
... than I expected, and at first, I thought “well, yup, looks just like the pictures.” Then you stand still for a moment and keep looking up, and you realize you can see everything… the veins in the crook of his elbow, the way the muscles pull across his ribs, the tightness of tendons in his lower legs. While the face is definitely well done, it is antique and stone- but the rest of his body is surreal, and you ...