Hotel Piero Della Francesca
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... street because they had finished school and were on summer holidays. We then found a restaurant for lunch and just near the restaurant a film crew were making a movie! After lunch we climbed the bell tower (the view wasn't quite as good as the Eiffel Tower) and as we got to the top the bell started chiming for two o'clock. After that, we started walking towards a medieval fortress that people can go inside
for a look. Sadly, when we got there it was closed for renovation. On ...
... fingers moved down to the base of her slender neck and he pressed it slightly, bringing her face closer to his. Overcome, he obeyed the cries of his heart which was almost going mad inside his chest, and followed the sublime taste of that nectar, so rounded and elevated , both sacred and profane, right to the girl's lips.
They fell onto the counterpane and were engulfed in a sea of blue which could brighten any storm. As he melted into her sweet ...
Before the holiday we decided to do a chianti wine tour and found one that has a maximum group of eight people. Met Pierre at the bottom of a tower, south of the river. It was always a worry who was going to be in our group and as expected they were all american. There were 2 female friends and a couple with the girls parents. First impressions were that they are typically American, but we warmed to them as ...
... as there is very little left.
From there back on the Metro and to see Trevi Fountain (along with a couple of thousand other people), the Pantheon and the Italian policemen directing traffic with their whistles. After lunch it was across the river to the Vatican. St Peters Square is enormous, and we’d met up with some Americans who’d seen the pope there that morning. We just saw crowds and crowds of people. Would have liked to ...
... when the stores shut between 1300 and 1530. The streets were empty but we enjoyed strolling along steeping in the culture. From there, we continued east towards Pienza. This is a perfect example of a Medieval town. The centre of Pienza was completely redesigned in Renaissance times by Pope Pius II. He was born here and elected Pope in 1458. He commissioned an architect to design a Duomo, a ...