Hotel Villa Luca
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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... escalators up to Siena. We went up 5 or 6 very steep levels and whilst easy – this park was miles away from the central area and we did lots of walking. Eventually finding Il Campo took our breath away yet again – what an amazing city square. Today we climbed many steps up the Torre (Tower), which we have never done before – for great views. And, as Craig said, to test our fitness levels – which could be better but we did manage it. (Glad there wasn’t ...
Today we slept in a little and hung around Ambra for a while – had a good talk with Alexander as Emily has just left. Then we went to Silvia's place – looked at her new garden developments and then picked up Duche from school. Lovely quick lunch and then we drove the 'boys’ into Levane and then onto the autostrada to Guacila?? We left them at the stadium and then Silvia took us to the Ceraldo Monastery – I may have the ...
... more of a tour, in the large library I start asking question about the homes history, the home was built some time in the early 1600. The village dates back much farther, as she pulls out a book her father had made for her to give to her with the "property" on her wedding day. Silly me says, that's a nice present a book on the towns history AND you get the house, was corrected quite quickly ... "not just the house, I got all the ...
... The Magione di Torri was a castle of the Hospitallers built in the early 11th century.
The Romanesque Pieve of San Pietro a Cedda is six kilometres from Poggibonsi's centre. It is an abbey-like building with a noteworthy apse and a large bell tower. The complex decoration of the portals and windows is also significant. The interior has a tabernacle attributed to Mino da Fiesole. It once housed also a 14th-century triptych of the Florentine School, now in the town museum of ...
... br> We decided to just walk through the Old Town to get to the Basilica di San Domenico, our first stop. On the way a Turkish lady asked us for directions to some random park and we had no idea - we just got here! They were acting really weird and quite... inept, it seemed.
Anyway. We continued on - we knew where we were going. We were also looking for a spot for lunch along the way.
We got down to a cafe that looked down over to where the Basilica ...