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... 1086;сед 85;ий город 80;шко - там (о чудо!) наход 80;тся Apple Store, где муж купил себе телеф 86;н взаме 85; ...
... town - part industrial, part almost medieval - when I discovered the very basic parish room I am sleeping in has a Wi-Fi connection too. Apologies if I seem to have rambled on a bit, but in my defence I can claim a few disturbed nights have just caught up with me, and long days in the hot sun can't have helped much, either.
ps- tomorrow night I plan to be in Acquapendente. One significance of this is that ...
... as the priest finished off the Mass and the congregation dispersed. The inside walls are covered in frescoes of all scenes religious. It is said Michaeangelo took inspiration from these frescoes for his Sistine Chapel.Underneath Orvieto there are hundreds of caves dug into the soft tufa rock, believed to date back to Estruscan times .....800 BC. We did an underground tour where we saw olive presses, dove cotes and wells dug by previous inhabitants. all ...
Kerry and I spent several hours yesterday searching the internet (while having a long lunch at the only wifi trattoria in town) for suitable accommodation in Siena to no avail either it was too expensive or too far out of the city. A Canadian lady we had a chat to in the restaurant told us the Siena was really crowded (dirty word), so we looked at the map and we remembered that Angela and David had recommended ...
Towns visited: Montalcino, San Quirico d'Orcia, Pienza, Montepulciano
Another day trip – this time for the Southern Tuscany wine towns. Our goal was to hit the three towns of Montalcino, Pienza, and Montepulciano. Based on a lunch recommendation we added San Quirico d'Orcia.
One comment on touring the wine country -- Unlike Napa or Sonoma, many wineries are not open to the public, and of those that are, many require reservations ...