Pian Dei Mucini Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... houses many if the original sculptures of saints which originally adorned the center isle, the exit was through a very ornate chapel which housed the gift shop.
We found a cafe and had lunch before continuing. Next was the crypt, this was only discovered in 1999, it has walls completely covered in pintura a secco (dry painting) dating back to the 1200's, they were in excellent condition. Our last visit on this square was the ...
... the back, near the water heater. A second jubilee clip on the leaking joint soon cured that. I spent most of the morning reading and trying to get photographs on to the blog, for some reason it wouldn't put them on in batches only individually, it was very slow and frustrating. The repairs took up most of the day, we took Logan for a walk in the afternoon, enjoying the last of the sunshine. There were quite few dog ...
... It was a sunny and warm day but still very enjoyable. We stopped and admired the cathedral and dome for a bit. We pushed forward to the famous bridge where our walk commenced. We had to find this tiny pizza shop that everyone recommended to us called GustaPizza. It was everything we expected as we dined next to a young couple from San Diego. We headed back to the train station and got a bit lost ...
... of the tower.
On our walk back from the Dumo we noticed the dozens of large colorful flags hanging along the backstreets. Each flag represented a different Contrade (or city neighborhood that originally formed a battalion for the city's defense) that corresponds to a specific horse in the famous Palio horse races.
For cannolis and a cappucinno we stopped at Nannini's, the best bakery in ...
... 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 ...