Il Baio Relais & Natural Spa
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... get the car and move it over.
If you go to Siena, don’t enter through the fort. Apparently forts are not only designed to keep people out, but also in, so there weren’t any doors to let us get into the town. We backtracked out, and finally made our way in. We wandered the streets, and ended up in the Piazza do Campo, where they hold the Palio twice a year. I recommend you read up on the event, but needless to say, I’d love to be ...
... rather than religious aspect, of life for many Italians.
Having returned after a short while, and choosing not to follow the procession through the 14 'stations' (small 6ft tall crosses with a couple candles), Graham went out to catch a glimpse on his own. On his fast walk up the hill towards the cathedral he was stopped once for directions by a woman and her elderly mother (he did his best to point and say Duomo, and make excuses that he could ...
... a ministry based on peace, simplicity and kindness.
So, when St. Francis died in 1226, he asked his followers to refrain from building ornate, excessive monuments to his memory. This request was clearly ignored, and the city has a vast number of churches, statues, monuments all commemorating the life and work of St. Francis. Based on the number of tourist groups and cheesy souvenirs shops, the veneration of St. Francis ...
... After finding our Bed and Breakfast at the top of the hill, we began walking down the hill enjoying the sites as we ambled by. From the Piazza Matteotti we walked to the Roman Amphitheater, the stones of which have long been absorbed into the medieval architecture. The view from town to the valley below is called "The Green Heart of Italy" and it's beauty is simply beyond description! We visited ...
We had intended to head to Assisi this morning. We woke up early only to find a new forecast -- overcast and rainy. So tomorrow to Assisi. That is the luxury of a two week stay; no schedule except the one we craft as we go.
So what to do today? Up early, and decent skies in Spoleto, we chose a hike. We took the moving escalator up the hillside to our starting point by the 13th Century Rocca (castle). We crossed the Ponte delle Torri (a bridge and aqueduct that spans ...