Hotel Villa Belvedere
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We have explored the many towered town of San Gimingnano,
the grand views and old amphitheatre at Volterra,
the perfectly preserved Casole d'Elsa,
the huge markets in Siena and sat for awhile in the main square watching the Ducati motorcycle team race around the plaza,
the very tiny Monteriggioni,
Montalcino for wine,
Pienza for pecorino cheese and
This morning we got up early and headed out to be the first people waiting for the Medici Chapel to open - how sad are we? We walked over the Ponte Vecchio and we were alone. No squillions of tourists jostling to have their photos taken, no bicycles trying to run us down. Just the beautiful view of the river, cobblestones on the bridge, and all the little gold shops shuttered up. We arrived at the Medici Chapel (sans coffee - boo hoo) and headed straight for the Chapel of ...
... Firenze from Piazzale Michelangelo - We were lucky to get such a clear day for the view.
- The famous Ponte Vecchio bridge first built in 1245. Today a lot of goldsmiths have workshops on the bridge. We did not visit in case we were tempted! We had walked the bridge when we visited last century.
Piazzale Michelangelo - Michelangelo Square - So many aprons to choose from. Some might put people off their food!
... bags, had a coffee (well I had a hot chocolate....this was just molten chocolate and a spoon could stand up in the cup OMG) and then Mitch, Maddi and I had a drink and some bruschetta in a cosy little restaurant whilst Tim did an architecture tour). All in all, a very busy afternoon!! We are nearing the end of this coach trip ...
... Why would I when there is a perfectly good replica outside!
Making our way through the crowds, we wanted to end our night to see the amazing Duomo! The Duomo is pretty breathtaking. Built with pure marble made us gaze in awe! We loved it so much we decided to eat dinner and a quaint little restaurant within the piazza overlooking the Duomo. We both ate pasta that was to die for and drank 3 bottles ...