La Locanda di Montisi
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(Terry) We decide to have a shorter day. We choose Montepulciano, in part on the recommendation of people we meet here; Pienza, on the recommendation of the leader of a cycling group; and Montalcino for wine tasting. They are southeast of here and reasonably close together. We figure we'll be home in time for late afternoon coffee. Montepulciano is another hilltop town. Terry has stayed behind and Doreen has begun to feel ...
... smartly lets us watch a few cyclers race past before we turn our attention to her. The Battistero and Duomo are stunning. The Battistero is one of Florence's oldest structures, maybe from the 1st century AD, other parts from the 11th and 14th centuries. It exists as a separate building from the church itself as, apparently, you needed to be baptized before you could enter the church. We go into the ...
... saving for a truck but at present cannot afford one. To be honest the thought that he might of used the sanctuaries money hadn't even crossed my mind. Therefore to insinuate that he used the money for the sanctuary to buy a truck without any factual evidence or proof is frankly outrageous. To call Judy, the founder of the sanctuary, "a dum dum" (King, D. 2012) was also a particular low point of the blog. One thing I know for certain about the family at the sanctuary ...
... with us) are in the same fraternity and guys from dayton university that are in their fraternity @ dayton were in rome at the club and had a private room so they called the nova boys to go and we all ended up there. They play mostly American music when we go out which is great! The club was nice bc it was just about 20 of us dancing in a private room! Then we went back to the hostel, checked out this AM and took a 1230 bus home to ...
Early this morning we set off for some non-scheduled sites to add to our experience in Florence. Florence is a walking town, no need for buses or taxis. Most of the streets in the old town are pedestrian only or pedestrian friendly, only commercial traffic or taxis, going very slow. We started at our favorite patisserie, no pistachio pastries available this morning, bummer.
We stopped at Chiesa San ...