PARK HOTEL LA STECCAIA
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... to provide it considerable strength and toughness. There are a number of various types of silver jewellery in the market made of numerous qualities. The colour and quality of real silver is quite sophisticated and an outstanding material for many pieces of jewellery.
Silver jewellery has the tendency to lose its appeal rather more than other kinds of silver, such as silver coins and bars, so it is essential to keep it secured. Thankfully, with ...
... little creepy, and closely resembled a doll.
We also went to St Damiano. We had to walk down a fairly steep and long hill, but it was most definitely worth it. This was name of the church and convent St Clare lived in. Outside of the convent, you looked out onto a beautiful, picturesque view. Inside was also very beautiful, and fairly complex. It was very peaceful and contemplative (dad told me to use that word). The cloister ...
... cheese, tomato and olive oil they were yum. We also had these little pastry things with jam in them, they were good too.
After that we went to a medieval town called Monteriggioni we had a walk around the village and got a gelato, I got lemone (as usual because it's my favourite).
After that we walked around the top of the Villages big brick walls, it had 14 brick towers as part of ...
We decided to have a later start to the day before heading to Siena the plan being that we would get there in time to catch the La Lizza markets. We didn't think that the trip would take too long but decided to take the back roads hence arrived about 11am which was fine. However, we had no idea how horrendous the traffic would be! My goodness, it was every man for himself to get a car park. Finally after one and a quarter hours of doing circuit around the old walls of ...
... of the piazza. A little later while exploring the other parts of the city I hear marching music coming from the piazza and I come back, and it all becomes clear: I came right in the middle of Siena's most important festival! The Palio di Siena is a bi-annual horse race, around the piazza! (that explains the dirt perimeter). Where neighborhoods vie for the trophy: a banner with the image of the Virgin ...