Hotel Prategiano - Maremma Toscana
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... of silver cleaners readily available today, it can be made to look brand-new once more.
You can get silver jewellery as a set as well as single pieces. If you are an outbound and an active woman, opt for a trendy piece of jewellery like a trendy ring or stylish earrings or a pendant which would match your personality and is easy to wear. If traditional is what specifies you, purchase a more classic set or piece.
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... house. Audrey, Esther and I shared a room.
Lucignano itself doesn’t have any attractions, but is close-by to quite a few larger towns. We hired two cars (one for Leah’s family, and one for ours), which we drove from Florence/Firenze, to Lucignano. While we were in Lucignano, we went on many daytrips. We visited Siena, Orvieto, Cortona, Pienza, Assisi and Montepulciano. I particularly enjoyed Siena, Assisi, and ...
... along the way. We passed through San Donato first, amusing two local old papas who were sitting on the side of the Village's main street by going the wrong way and having to go around the block again to exit the Village.
After San Donalto we headed for Castellina, a thriving little Town, lots of cheese and meat shops as well as a few touristy ones. We visited the Archaeological Museum and Tower, which again left me weak at the knees and the rest of ...
... and people watch. We headed to Pisa around 1 to see the leaning toward. After an hour train ride we got off and headed to the end of the town. We just followed all of the tourists to find the great monument. We saw it and it was very neat. We of course tried to get a picture of us pushing the tower up but failed pretty bad. The walk to the train station took around 30 minutes. We had our heavy backpacks on so the walk wasn't ...
... accidentally meet someone's gaze or risk being followed around or grabbed. I'm not making this up. We were warned about it by a policeman at the start of the program. The last thing is that the Italians are never barefoot. Even inside. We always wear flip flops or slippers or shoes around the house, which is something else I'm having to get used to. It's only in our own room that Meg and I get to luxuriate in the sensation of having bare feet.
Okay. That's all for now. Buona notte!