La Melosa Resort
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... of silver cleaners readily available today, it can be made to look brand-new once more.
You can get silver jewellery as a set as well as single pieces. If you are an outbound and an active woman, opt for a trendy piece of jewellery like a trendy ring or stylish earrings or a pendant which would match your personality and is easy to wear. If traditional is what specifies you, purchase a more classic set or piece.
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... also lovely. There was a lot of cyclamen growing.
The upper Basilica of St Francis was spectacular, with frescoes, painted by Giotto and his school. Mum and I, listened to an audio, telling the stories of Francis, painted in the frescoes.
We had a very good lunch the second time we visited. Mum, Dad and Leah had bean soup. I had the most delicious spinach and sausage toasted sandwich ever!
Lots of love, ...
... is like marzipan in a soft cookie form with powdered sugar. Very good! We then went for dinner at a local restaurant called Osteria Della Nonna were we had the most amazing antipasto we've had to date. Later we went to the social hub of the city, il campo and experienced it at night. There was actually a swinging 60's party going on. We watched all these dancers dressed in 60's clothes. There is a really great atmosphere down in that square and we had a fun ...
... for an interesting archaeological look at the Cathedral's past.
5. Siena's art museum, Pinacoteca Nazionale, houses some of Italy's greatest paintings from the 13th and 14th centuries. The musuem opens daily at 8:15 but closes at 1:30 on Sundays and Mondays.
Poggibonsi is a town in the province of Siena, Tuscany, Italy. It is located on the Elsa River and is the main centre of the Valdelsa Valley. ...
... 2nd class seats were much better than our stupid first class ones we bought from Pisa to Florence.
Before we knew it we were arriving in Siena. We had gone past beautiful countryside on the train. We even went past what we believed to be Monteriggioni!
When we got to Siena train station we knew all we had to do was walk to our accommodation. It is so much easier than having to worry about getting a bus to where you are staying. It is definitely handy ...