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
... a cappuccino or espresso that late at night. Wrong! I wasn't going to sleep from all the sugar that awaited me! 1) Chocolate still came in my crepe and 2) my hot chocolate (drink) was literally a cup full of the hot chocolate coming from the fountain/spread on the crepes and other desserts! Opps! I guess there are worse things I could have done in a different country! So, back to our lovely day spent in Venice. We boarded the high speed train in Florence and were highly impressed ...
... Florence. The Benedictine monastery is still active and the Church ancient and beautiful. The adjacent cemetery was also worth a look. Walking back down we decided an Aperol Spritz (our new favourite drink) and salad was in order for lunch! So refreshing to be out of the sun and heat. Following lunch we set forth again - this time to have a look at the Duomo Firenze. An amazing building on ...
... to anyone traveling this way. Anyways, after breakfast we hurried to SM Novella Termini to grab a regional train to Pisa at 9:30. It's such a great experience to take public transportation when on your travels abroad but boy is it chaotic. What makes things worse if we miss our train we are out of luck and need to buy new tickets. To make things worse the kids didn't exactly have a sense of urgency this morning either. Anyways, after a long guess and check process we ...
... needed a nap...macchiato after we woke up and time to watch the weddings...see the picture...one of about four. We came back up for supper...caprese salad and some cheese and salami. After clearing up, we went in search of the Rificolona parade. What a fun thing...nuns, priests, monks, kids with lanterns and bad boys with pea shooter....drums and flags and a bazillion parents and grandparents! Home now and looking forward to Mark and Ann arriving tomorrow ...