Hotel More Di Cuna
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... decorated with frescos, it would take hours to study each panel on the ceiling alone, and give you a very stiff neck! The large font is decorated with bronze panels depicting the life of St John the Baptist.
The last museum was across town, we walked the 2 or so kilometres to find that it was closed for restoration. We retraced our steps back to the centre for a look around the shops, but as it was early afternoon most were shut.
... I am so interested in TV...I haven't turned it on but once except in Florence over the past two weeks. At that, I saw a Clint Eastwood, "spaghetti western" dubbed in Italian. I thought that was funny seeing a "spaghetti western" from the 1960s while in Italy. Man, Clint was a VERY a handsome man, especially when dubbed in Italian...back to the story. I finally figured out that the "extra monitor" was actually the TV! So, here I sit ...
... have been more perfect. A little after our arrival Luciano (Laura's husband) comes to meet us and gives a tour of the property. He has his own small winery and gives us a bottle of white wine to enjoy and toast our arrival here in beautiful Tuscany. We were going to visit Pisa today but after the fiasco with the car this morning we decided just to have a lazy day and explore all that the B&B had to offer, they even have a washing machine we can use free of charge which ...
Today I slept in late, which is easy to do here in Italy. I thought about another wine tour but didn't think I could make two days in a row! It was a day of leisure today. The shopping in Firenze is extensive and expensive, but here in Siena it is quite affordable. There are a lot of shops around the Piazza del Campo. The leather bags and purses are abundant, as Italian leather is very good. Not to mention the leather jackets and ...
... that had been around for over 1,000 years? I head back to the square, and settle down at the Cafe Font Gaia for a lazy lunch of cappuccino and pizza, the next tick on my tour of Italian food. I think Gaia means gay. Am I really sat at the gay fountain cafe? The waiters all seem like nice boys. The pizza is superb, and whilst crispy, just melts away as I bite in to it. How does Ask in Leamington get this so wrong? As I pay the bill I realise that, having walked away from paying ...