Hotel Villa Clementina SPA & Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... owner's wife and to say that there was a Porcini mushroom festival in Oriano, a village 3 km from Manziana and would we like to go there for look and maybe a drink with them tonight. They came back at 10am and took us to the festival. There was a a band playing, a street market and lots of table and chairs and most importantly, stalls selling all sorts of funghi. They looked at me as if I was strange when I tried to buy one large Porcini for my breakfast. Still I did get ...
... but I think they have formed a strong friendship.
We saw this huge house that we called a mafia house. It was fenced off with private property signs on it. By the time we walked past we were sure they bought their victims back and tortured and killed them there.
We are staying the night in a Donativa Parish. Quite basic but will help the budget.
Buonconvento to San Quirico d'Orcia 19.5
Today was an early start. We ...
Dinner in Campo de' Fiori with Dawn and Dianne. Met them at the statue of Giordano Bruno, a thinker, unfortunately for him, ahead of his time. Ate at Grappolo D'oro which turned out okay after super-noisy table forced us to relocate outside. Sort of nouveau Roman food, a bit unexpected but very nice. Best Italian meal so far has been at home at lunch, and ...
... Spent a while in the air conditioned museum before braving the outside to find something for dinner and head back to the hostel. One particular building had been catching my eye all day because it's white colouration stood out against the other brown ruins. Turned out it was free to get into but it didnt look like it had anything interesting inside although it did have a rooftop cafe and some amazing views of all the other places I'd visited that day! So after 'uno cafe ...
... to the under floor drainage system that takes away any rain that comes in from the overhead opening in the dome. Next on the route was Piazza Navona, with yet more fountains. This square was busy with artists selling their work. Moving on through the narrow streets, we arrived at the Spanish Steps where after an explanation of their history and significance, Magdalena took her leave and we were left to our own devices. At a nearby restaurant, over lunch of ...