Relais Poggio Ai Santi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... of the stone steps and seats are still there as well part of the stage with Roman columns. In the same area, a Roman Bath was built when the theater was abandoned at the end of the 3rd century AD. Both of these areas were interesting to see.
Volterra followed the new faith of Christianity and at the fall of the Roman Empire, 476 AD, it was already the center of a large diocese. The Cathedral of Volterra is the Basilica Cathedral of Santa ...
... his brother are both very gentle, considerate gentleman – most interested in Australia. Slept over. August 19th – back at Uliveto
After breakfast where Libera woke up and made biscuits, yoghurt cake etc for us, we had a look around the property which is beautiful. We drove back via Vinci but somehow the way was different to the way we came back ...
... a search which would find these precious ruins. We had an exhibition of alabaster carving, very interesting. It is shaped using a lathe and files and then polished with baby oil and talc. Nina recommended lunch at La Carabaccia, a local Volterran restaurant with no 'tra-la-la'! Delicious pasta with lamb sauce. We spent the afternoon strolling the town including a park with a view of the Medici Fortezza, built ...
... large supermarkets aren't always easy to find in Italy so we were pretty stoked to find one! Elijah fell asleep soon after getting on the road again which was good. We stopped in at a restaurant close to area where our destination was and I asked if they knew where Diacceroni was. No one there spoke very good English but a lady drew me a mud map which we tried to follow. We missed one of the turns and ended up driving for awhile before realising, so we asked ...
... the owl contrada. Sienna is also known for it's famous horse race that has been continued for the past 700 YEARS. Tradition baby! After a two hour shmooze around Sienna, we boarded the bus to head out for some thermal bathing in the countryside. Sadly, I do not own a swimsuit here in Italy, but I did consume a hefty amount of thermal water, reminiscent of sulfur and hard boiled eggs, but supposedly does wonders for the kidney. Thank goodness, mine was due for a rejuvination. ...