Grand Albergo Fortuna
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... No kidding we both agreed that we will always keep coming back to Siena and to the duomo because it is that stunning. We also did another climb (again) to the panorama at the top of the duomo – more amazing views. When we came out it had become very dark and then started to rain. We had a LONG walk back but even though we did get a little lost we didn’t get too wet and the pretty drive home was gorgeous. What a lovely part of the world to live in! Back home is nice and ...
... This was set high up in the Tuscan hills and had magnificent views. We had to hang around for a while until a volunteer guide arrived to show us around. Initially okay, it turned out to be a great tour. The church had a magnificent alter made of marble. The guide really brought it alive to us becauase he sang to indiciate how good the acoustics were. This was important as the priests had to sing their prayers!! The monastery was huge and ...
... While this has not been a race, it has not been just a casual ride! Lol well I don't notice to much sweat on the rest of them, so maybe it's just us having to work hard at it to stay up with the rest, or at least not fall to far behind. No doubt us slow pokes will try not let the fast ones catch up, and they will no doubt burn up the road trying to catch us. Unlike our daily rides in Spain where we would stop and take pictures, a couple coffee ...
... of the destroyed Poggiobonizio, from the early 13th century. It was discovered in 1803.
Castello della Magione, once home of the Knights Templars, and then given to the Knights Hospitallers after the Templars were abolished in 1312, is on the Via Francigena. The small church has a single nave ending with a noteworthy apse. The complex is currently the headquarters of the Militia Templi.
In the frazione of Staggia Senese is a notable castle (Rocca), probably ...
... escalators. Crazy!!!! Apparently it was only finished in 2011! I couldn't imagine doing what we did via stairs. The steepness of the hill is quite intense!
We FINALLY reached the top! Just to the left as you come out there is a lovely little view over Siena. As we had our luggage we just wanted to get to the accommodation first. It was only a few minutes walk before we were there. We called the owner and we made our way in.
We went into the 'lobby' ...