Pian Dei Mucini Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Duomo (remember that it is the Cathedral Church) is Santa Maria Assunta. Also built in the 1300's the church like many others has an impressive interior. The styles in this church includes Romanesque, Byzantine, Gothic, Baroque. It is overwhelming to be in this church and my photos do not do it justice. One of the things that made this church different was that the flooring contains 56 etched and inlaid marble panels. It is covered with carpeting for most of the year and is ...
... and an added attraction to the opera for a non-opera fan like me!
Our final day in Firenze includes a visit to Pitti Palace. begun in the 15th century, and home to Medicis, then the Hapsburgs when Austria was in power, and even Napoleon took a quick shot at ownership. This is his spa-like bathroom that he never got a chance to use.
As we entered the palace I noticed ...
... questions - What if the results tomorrow are bad? What if I need surgery? Is it safe to have surgery here? I started to read online what the surgery entails, recommendations on suitable surgeons, what is the worst that can happen... Those things you should never read!!
Ok, a bit of panic and reality starts to set in. Andy emails uncle Andrew and aunty Rachel, both surgeons, asking for their advice - forgetting aunty Rachel is an ENT specialist! I want to call my mum, like a big baby ...
... bible. No photos allowed but I took a sneaky one.
Monday we explored the Tuscan countryside of Chianti via the Chiantigiana Road. It wasn’t the nicest of days but at least it wasn’t raining.
First stop was Castellina in Chianti with a fortress in the town square. Unfortunately the town was closed being Monday, something we were getting used to in Italy. In the ...
... to get our bearings and figure out which was the "old" and which was the "new". Once we got our bearings we realized that we were just a few blocks from where we wanted to be - the main square of the "old" town, Piazza Garibaldi. We stopped at a charming little sidewalk cafe for a lunch of insalata di mar and ravioli di pescia. Yum!
We wrapped up the second day of our Tuscan tour along the Tyrrhenian Sea, on the coastal road that leads ...