Il Borgo di Villa Bossi-Pucci
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We began our adventure today with a short stroll to the Stazione Di Santa Novella to meet our tour guide Michelle, a lovely Canadian young lady who as we were to discover had a wealth of Italian history knowledge.. We set off in our bus for a 50 minute drive to Siena- all three of us had a bit of a snooze but still managed to catch a glimpse of the rolling hills and Tuscan villas. On arriving in Siena we were met by ...
... I was thinking that it was the coolest thing that I have ever done. We took a lot of pictures, found our apartment, looked at all of the monuments and enjoyed the view. Then we went to the Uffici museum which is also hugeeeeee. We were all very tired by the time we got there so we didn't stay too long, but with our museum cards we can go for free anytime we want to! Skyping Larissa now so Ciao ...
... plenty of breaks for coffee or gelato. Our next stop was the very old San Lorenzo Church, looking more like a large medieval building made from tiny handmade clay bricks, wooden doors and trusses. It was quite substantial in size and notably very old. And in true Italian style, another amazing wonder was around the next corner – the lavishly decorated San Giovanni Baptistry and the Santa Maria del Fiore (Duomo) Cathedral. The photos help ...
With the Duomo closed yesterday, we decided to visit it early today. We got up and out relatively early. Julie had broken a shoe lace, so we stopped at a shop suggested to us by our B&B's hostess. While there Don had a bright idea. We like to wander through the side streets of these ancient cities. Between the maps not being the most detailed, the streets not well labeled (or sometimes labeled by alternate names), and the streets often being so narrow that ...
... it is over there! That's okay though, we will be able to wear off some of the pizza, pasta, wine and gelati that we seem to have gathered the effects of during our week long stay here.
It is going to be a sad farewell to this lovely area and the peace and quiet of country life. Though at times it feels like we have been away for months, there is also the sudden realisation that we have only just one more week to go, which seems oh so ...