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Travel Blogs from Roccastrada
... up to the top the view was completely worth it! We could see so far out into the country side it was unreal. Looking out and seeing how much land surrounded me was breathtaking, pretty much every site I see is. In the same building, we went to the Museo Civico. I'm not an artist and I don't know much about art, but I know everything in the museum was beautiful. Some of the art that this museum is know for is the Allegories of Good and Bad Government, Maesta, and so ...
... couple from America. We were given a bit of a debriefing and some instructions in case of a difficult landing and then we stood back and watched as they began to inflate the balloon. They first filled it will cold air and then heated it up with a giant blow torch to make it rise. At this point we all climbed, ever so ladylike, into the basket. Far out !!!! I was, am still am, in shock that I did this and that the kids got it ...
... in and went back to get our things out of the car. I think it was the only guest house in the town. There was a pamphlet in the hotel showing directions to a wellness centre in the area so that was it!!!??
We look half and hour and walked around the whole village. It is so beautiful and its location offers incredible views of the country side and it is just stunning. There is a couple of restaurants that seem to have ...
... on the condition that the works never leave Firenze. We qued up to see the inside of the Duomo and got to see Varsaris famous ceiling painting and Dante's comedia. After an action packed day and night in Florence we headed towards the "authentic" Tuscany I was searching for, we found it on the way to Siena, skirting through the hills dotted with mustard houses. Siena itself was magnificent with its cobbled stone streets, and all round quaintness. The campsite was ...
... by many tourists. The meal was 4 courses ! First antipast, then penne pasta with arregeno sauce (I didn't enjoy this too much), then salad and roasted potatoes and finally Panna cotta for desert. Also, we were provided with wine but I'm not a fan of red wine so I stuck to water, and luckily so because we were all so full after the meal. We hoped back on the bus and drove another 30 mins to Monte Oliveto, where we toured the ...
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