Hotel Villa Liberty
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A day trip from Florence to Siena, and what a lovely surprise. The historic part of Siena is another Unesco world heritage listed site, and it is stunning, even on a wet day. We wandered around the town, discovering piazza after piazza and as many churches, but the jewel in the crown was the 13C Romanesque-Gothic cathedral, the Duomo. For only €8 we were able to visit the ...
Breakfast at a lovely little Italian cafe with only about three tables and a few benches. Like the very old Brunettis used to be!
People just come in and stand at the bar and drink their coffee and eat a croissant, mini roll or cake and then head off to work. Some very trendy Italians with Bambinos in the pram!
We went to the ...
... hat and I bought a typical black pure wool felt hat that the men wear to the Paliodi for Benjamin- hopefully it will be to his taste.
We met up with the group in the Piazza del Campo and walked back to where the bus was waiting for us.
We ventured out of Siena about 8 kms to the heart of Chianti and visited a winery -Fattoria Di Corsignano. It is an "Eco compatible" winery estate. The estate is 22 hectares and produces 40,000 bottles per year. All of the energy is ...
... is made of red bricks arranged in fishbone style, divided into a sunburst pattern by nine strips of travertine (in memory of the Government of the Nine, who ruled over the city from 1292 to 1355). The white marble of the Fonte Gaia stands out on the paving, it is the masterpiece of 1419 by Jacopo della Quercia, later replaced by a copy. There is also the Palazzo ...
First stop we decided to go to Volterra before cutting back to San Gimignano. Its a bit of a windy road but worth the trip as it winds its way up to the top of a mountain to Volterra. A little cooler today. The place has a lot of alabaster and had an artist exhibition creating sculptures as we watched. Nice town, but the trip there was the best with fantastic views.
San Gimignano was calling so we headed back down. Seemed a nicer ...