Villa I Cipressi
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... birth of the Virgin Mary (sept 8). Patrons come and follow a procession from the Piazza Santa Felicita ending outside the Basilica at Santissima Annuziata. The patrons all come holding lanterns, which throughout the course of the night children "spitball" them to extinguish the flames inside! Once at the Basilica, the priests hold a ceremony followed by a Piazza party, accompanied with lots of ...
As Mark and I always enjoy climbing towers, we thought it was a must to go up the beautiful Duomo. First you climb round and round up to be actually inside the Dome itself...and its frescoes up close and personal. there are two levels up to which you climb, and then because of walled off enclosures, the only thing you could see was by looking upwards. Then we had more steps to get up and above ...
... the day. The kids especially loved the hands-on exhibits at the end of the tour (well, we did the hands-on exhibits both at the beginning and the end :).
We then crossed the Ponte Vecchio and headed off to the ...
... Bernadi and started exploring himself
Þ Became manager of Sevilla agency after Bernadi’s death
¨ Became a citizen of Spain
¨ Claimed to have made 4 voyages to the New World
¨ Summoned to court of Spain for a private consulation and as a man of experience
¨ Engaged in work for Casa de Contratacion de las ...
... and Maura. They are here for three days with us, before they leave for their own holiday to Australia. They own a B&B here and one of the rooms, is a one bed room apartment not just a room. Susan and Ian have the bedroom ( they did the house swap and its only right they have the bedroom ) and we have the couch slash pull out bed in the lounge kitchen area. This is not a problem and I fact is a very comfortable arrangement. The unit is well appointed with heating and ...
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