Hotel Due Mari
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... by a large wall built in the 12th Century. After the tower we had the most expensive ice cream ever (again found in tourist central) then headed back on the bus to the van. We popped back to the campsite and chilled for an hour then headed into our local medieval jem of a town of San Gimignano. The town was impressive with its large towers and old village feel. It had several towers although it used to have 72 in its heyday ! We loved ...
... headed over to San Gimignano for lunch. Back at the same place Dave, Cyndy, and I discovered a few days ago! We loved that place and were more than happy to return! :-)
Over lunch, we discussed possibilities for traveling again with Cristiano - perhaps next fall. He is affiliated with Punto Tours, a company that does cycling trips. They utilize great bikes and Cristiano knows great places to bike. ...
... minutes to get to our destination and unfortunately, milking time was over. We enjoyed time together and had good discussions with the boys as we adventured along. Even at this stage in the trip, we never seem to run out of things to talk about, and it is nice to have a chance for these conversations without distraction.The boys were enamoured by a chocolate lab puppy that resides at the farm. This engaging pup had an abundance of ...
... what grabs me the most. I have such a respect for the history of all of these places we have been. To really think about life several centuries ago is mesmerizing.
I love history - I miss doing it! I couldn't do it as a career.. But to learn about it is truly something special. After our little exploration of the crypt we headed for the baptistery. Here we saw the masterpiece by Donatello and ?? Cathedral
Terraces After our walk up the terraces ...
... in olive oil. Tasty. My main course was an egg lasagna; very thin, round pasta layers filled with tomatoes and Italian sausage covered in fennel seeds with a bit of cheese. The most interesting and lightly flavored lasagna I have ever had. I left thoroughly satisfied and I only had one glass of wine! Even though I had a leisurely day, I felt quite exhausted by the time I made it back to my hotel. I'm off to Roma tomorrow. ...