Azienda Agricola Bulichella
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... was first the residence of the Counts Alberti, then it was expanded and modified to functions of a Vicarage. Each elected Vicar had full powers of life and death over the people.
Some of the original fresco in the palazzo has been partially restored and there was a museum of Roman and other ancient artifacts that have been found in the area. This town is a work in progress with very few tourists. As with many palazzos, part of the ...
... weight around here, lots of up and Down dale steps. A beautiful hilltop area. The weather here is 30 just nice, but no sea breaze. The people here are very lovely. Local produce from the Thursday Market was fresh and tasty. Great, baked full pig. Porchetta with fresh forcacia. Yum. Some vine ripe tomatoes, hunk of cheese, salami and a few snacks are had for a couple of days. Aldo market full of clothing, shoes etc etc. must look she ...
... built in the 13th century. The dome was added later in the 15th century. According to tradition, it followed the design of Brunelleschi who may have supervised some of the construction.
The Palazzo dei Priori was built between 1208 and 1257 by Riccardo da Comoa and is the current City Hall. It is the oldest palazzo in all of Tuscany, even older than Palazzo Vecchio in Florence. As with all medieval buildings, it has been ...
August 18th – Libera's and Volterra.
This morning we packed and left for Libera’s house in Castelfiorentino. Just took over an hour and it was lovely to see them again. Once again we had a great lunch and cousin Marcello came over. He is the hunter and Libera cooked his cinguali today. Lunch was another work of art and I particularly liked the ...
... was just finishing a four-month term of studying abroad in Rome. During lunch, Antonella announced that it was Emma's birthday and we all sang Happy Birthday to her. It turned out she was 20 years old and she wasn’t looking forward to going back to the States where she was still not of legal drinking age.
After lunch we took some pictures overlooking the Tuscan hills and then it was time to return to the bus ...