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 wrong turn and ended on a shocking dirt road that was full off loose gravel and pot holes. Consequently, I spent the entire time nearly falling over, with Garth hot on my heels cursing and swearing! Finally we found our way to Montefioralle and rode around the cobble streets admiring the beautiful little houses, complete with window boxes full of bright coloured flowers. It all seemed worth ...
... get around the Japanese tour group and have a look before the next group smash through...
But even the ceilings of the gallery is painted with what must be thousands of pictures.
Next trip I will take more than a day and look at it. There is religious art, portraits, Greek & roman sculptures, even frivolous imagery would take months to examine properly.
Davinci, Carvaggio, unnamed Roman sculptors, Botticelli, ...
... very bored operators ferry some passengers around last night while we were having our dinner. Also this morning the queue was very lengthy and there was an actual traffic jam in one of the small canals. The 80€ I could well spend on something else, which of course I did. I also think Narelle was doing it to humour me. We spent the extra time wandering the small streets, jam packed with a variety of tiny shops, some rubbish, but ...
... semi precious" stone of some sort and I pronounced it incorrectly. Heck, I'm still not sure what it was he told me several times. I can't say it much less spell it. Sounds like a tongue twister to me. I just thought it was funny when he turned about seven shades of red when I said it out loud.
After leaving the little store empty handed we ventured directly across the street to the Palazzo Pitti aka, the Pitti palace - as we Americans/English call it. ...