- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and the Colosseum. The city was surprisingly quiet, so it was fun just cruising around. We also checked out what is supposedly one of the most famous view of St Peter's - through a keyhole at a church on the outskirts of town. The view was good - but far too sunny for a good photo. I have uploaded an image of what it looks like in good light - very beautiful!
A bit of a disaster when we were filling up with diesel on the outskirts of ...
... br> Montacino, Italy. The old man giving us
the goods on his wine, was entertaining and loved the young girls. he was such a flirt. The wine was tasty. It is autumn here so the fields of Tuscany
are not green, in fact they are more like the hills of Kamloops. The tour returned late last night so we
missed the last bus from Siena to San Rocco.
We hired a taxi who drove us home at neck breaking speed.
Today we are off to ...
... Antique Faire and saw many incredible frescos, churches and incredible views from the top of townThe B&B Tarussio, www.tarussio.it was wonderful, clean and had great rooms and baths. Breakfast was ready when we asked for it, the coffee was delicious and hot. This B&B was a great find, only a short walk from the train station and a nice stroll ...
... on rivals is allowed. For the Sienese, this day comes only twice a year and it is a HUGE deal.
As we arrived all 17 teams where marching through the streets of the old town, all dressed in medieval attire and performing medieval songs and dance. It was an incredible spectacle and helped build the excitement for the race.
We made sure we arrived in the main square nice and early for the race, and as the afternoon went on, more and more people squeezed their way into ...
Ciao mia famiglia, miei amice, miei colleghi…
We spent the morning in the town of Arezzo with our driver and guide, Simoné…today was the day of the huge antiques market which fills the streets of the old town. Arezzo is an old walled (originally Etruscan) city, dating back to the 5th century BC; the current population is approximately 113,000. When we arrived the market was full of milling crowds – locals and tourists. Up one street and down another ...