Le 7 Camicie
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... looking for Pincoteca, medieval museum
And wander into a tiny church
I walk up to the altar to take a look
And there is St Rita
Rita, my Mom's name
And I tear a little
Drop in a coin
And light a candle
For Rita whom I miss
Each and every day
PINACOTECA MUSEUM DAY
For the last time during our long stay in Siena
We sleep in, dine slow, venture out eventually
Today is Pinacoteca ...
Was absolutely worth the effort
Hard to stop taking photos
Of burnt siena hued medieval Siena
Finally, we tear ourselves away
To tour the Civic Museum
Art, frescoes, chapels, statuary
To explain the city of Siena
But nothing that I recall
On the biggest event of all
Next thru the square to find food
For Mr Stub
We pass a group of young folks
One wore an olive wreath
And seemed to be the center of attention
Montepulciano offers tons of artistic, cultural and tourist events besides "New Moon."
But then you have this souvenir shop which was a bust for "Twilight" stuff. Another one of those situations -- Trim Castle, Forli and Sound of Music in Salzburg -- where they have an untapped gold mine among the most traveled people on the planet, Americans, and they seem to be ignoring it. Or maybe it's just my American ethnocentrism.
... stone farmhouses set in rolling country. Everywhere you turned your eye looked like a postcard. Lunch was in Montalcino with sweeping views down from the hilltop. We bought a bottle of the famous Brunello di Montalcino. The guy assured me that 2008 was a great year and advised (insisted) that I open the bottle four hours ahead of drinking it! The chanting was enchanting (yes a terrible pun!) and set in a beautiful old church - ...
... a bottle of the Castello Banfi Rosso di Montalcino. When the pies arrive we realize that we’ve ordered way too much and although both pizzas are fantastic we have to leave most on the plate. After eating our fill and drinking as much of the bottle of wine as we can, we’re ready for our walking tour of Rome (after a little nap.).
Our first taste of out of the way Italian cuisine was in the quaint ...