Hotel Villa Liberty
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Wednesday 29 October 2014
I'm on a roll here, two trips in two days ....it did prove unwise really!
Today, because Phillip was still on the improve, we decided to head in the opposite direction and visit Siena. This meant leaving Umbrian and entering Tuscany.
You knew really because of the road conditions....travelling on the A1, their major arterial road, the condition of the road was much better in Tuscany. Still, it was wasn't too bad ...
... that depict all kinds of biblical and religious fairy tales at a time when most people could not ...
... the turn we missed. We get the Duomo and pop inside for a visit. It is quite nice on the inside and has marbled floors with pictures telling the history of Siena. There is also the Piccolomini library, which has the most amazing frescoes and manuscripts. It is well worth seeing.
Time for lunch and back to the Piazza to one of the many cafes just in time before the rain starts. Its nice to sit back and enjoy a leisurely lunch. ...
... region by heading to Siena for the day. The trip was a short hour and a half from Florence but definitely worth it. One area that has caused us a few problems so far is arriving in a city and then having trouble finding the hostel. (Yes Nick remember Madrid where you had deleted the email that gave directions to the hostel so we had to walk around for an hour trying to find the hostel with no address and not much else ...
... to prevent some diseases and infections. Allora (so, then) Camillo Golgi and his seminal work in nerve cell biology paved the way for scientists, like Lesly and her group, to perform the research that they do. As the consumate "Golgi Groupie", Lesly hopes to travel to the University of Pavia to give a seminar on her research.
We've had an interesting first couple of weeks in Siena. ...