Palazzo San Niccolo'
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My apologies to my blog readers as I attempt to reconstruct my adventures of a few weeks past and accidentally posted San Gimignano again and put it with Radda information even though we went to Radda two days later. So I am correcting that now!
Thus, the day after we went to San Gimignano, we went to Siena for the day and stopped in Poggibongi on the way home simply because we kept seeing signs for that. Those pictures are posted in the blog ...
... up with that one.) But that was easily my favorite statue here. It is so perfect. I don't understand how someone can design that and sculpt it so perfectly. It is beyond my comprehension.... But anyway that was my morning. After only 3 hours of sleep we got up and got going. After the museum we had lunch and got showered and presentable and walked around. We went shopping and I bought some souviners for people... and me. I mean I realllly need that leather purse. Its ...
... eating appetizers in the streets. One of my favorite memories of the trip. We park and join in the festivities - the butcher was the one out there pouring the wine! People then start splitting up to go to the various restaurants and we’re seated in a cool underground cave-type place with 8 other people (communal table). The couples we were seated with were from Germany, Canada and then Italy. Mostly everyone spoke some English so ...
... going for a run on the wall, a climb to the top of an oak tree topped tower, a self-prepared home-cooked spagetti dinner, some wine-tasting at a nearby winery and olive farm, and the stormy weather itself (complete with thunder, lightening and hail). One night while we were there it was particularly wet out, so we stayed in chatting with some of the other B&B guests: an older couple from Quebec (whom we ended up doing the wine tasting with the next day). They had done quite ...
... someday. Its snout gleamed like gold from all the rubbing. Time was passing and we were ready for lunch so we began our search for the "perfect" spot. Passing by a lovely piazza with an old merry-go- round and several high priced outdoor cafes, we ventured into a side street and stumbled upon a family run deli. The prices were right , the atmosphere friendly and the food delisioso. Since wild boar is one of the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service