Residenza San Pietro Sopra Le Acque
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Today was planned to provide some much needed respite to some tired feet. We jigsawed the luggage into the car, and off we went. Our first stop was the currently-under-construction temple in northeastern Rome. I was hoping it would be further along, but since the 2 spires are still under construction we didn't bother to turn around after I missed the turn off.
We headed north, planning to drive through the Tuscan hills to Siena, then on to spend ...
... clown performance at a local theatre. We ended up as part of a large audience of parents and kids, and fortunately most of the performance was mime and Commedia dell' Arte style physical comedy. It was an entertaining show and we each had our own favourite moments from the performance.
We retired home to make a late Easter supper. Even after a day's worth of chocolate, there was still room for an excellent meal -- including lemon cake for dessert!
... Francis was raised as the wealthy son of a local merchant but began to see visions following a year-long sentence as a prisoner of war following a battle between Assisi and Perugia when he was 19 years old. As a result, he gave up his personal possessions and began to live a more primitive life -- travelling widely, preaching and ministering to the poor. Against all odds, during a time of near constant fighting between city-states, ...
... little Church of Santo Stefano and the magnificent, imposing Basilica of St. Francis. After a lovely meal, we fell into bed exhausted! All-in all, it was a glorious day. This morning we were up early to get the car back to Siena within the 24 hour rental period. We caught a morning bus to Florence which gave us time to eat lunch, do laundry, grocery shop and prepare for Dany and Maria's arrival about 4 ...
... the gorge and stands 76meters tall) to the old Fort (aka guard station). We chose to do the loop up the hillside and take the path which would eventually lead back into the west end of town. It was a well forested path, wide and gentle enough for easy walking. You tended to forget that the path along the hillside was supported by a giant medieval retaining wall. The kids enjoyed the 'exercise stations' that were located at different spots along our path, and the simple ability ...