Hotel Mille Miglia
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
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Today we woke up in Bracianno around 6:45. Valentina took us to the train stop where we headed back to Rome, to catch a train to Florence. None of the trains seemed to be marked very well, so it was pretty confusing trying to find the correct one. We got to Florence around 11 and decided to get some food. We walked to a Rick Steve's recommendation a got a pizza and salad. We then walked through the central market of Florence ...
... picturesque. Every turn the bus took on the winding road gave us another stunning view of the Italian countryside, with rolling hills and fields and trees in different spots. Actually, pretty much everything we've seen everywhere has been picturesque. Every year, Greve holds the Chianti wine festival, which we got to attend! For ten euro, we were given our own wine glasses that had the name of the festival on them, a pouch in which to carry the glasses, and a ticket ...
... words looks just like the website) but is better in real life, it has a real tuscan ambience. We are a bit early, but that is no problem for our host Laura. Laura gives us one of the converted barn rooms that are adjoined by a room with small kitchenette hidden in the cupboard and a dining table. We each have a spacious ensuited bedroom with queen and single bed and gorgeous french doors opening to the garden by the pool. Its is just lovely and the weather for our arrival ...
Cibo is Italian for "food"...and that was the theme of today.
The BEST pizza, ever!
A HUGE calzone!
Siri finally had her gelato. Meri-Lee is still on her quest.
And if you've never had ricciarelli...it is worth the trip to Siena. (They're almond cookies...the BEST almond cookies!).
And a dinner (made by van #1) of homemade pasta with pesto or truffles. YUM!
Meri-Lee was ...
... a little eerie. The rest of Saint Catherine’s body is in a church in Rome.
I would have to say that the most breathtaking landmark in Siena is the Duomo, a gorgeous cathedral made of white and green marble. The cathedral is, for the lack of a better word, striped, yes, striped like a zebra! From afar, the Duomo looks stunning, rising like a white and green tesseract above the brick medieval houses. Inside, it is even more visually amazing. The walls and pillars ...