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... the16th century and kept by the family until the end of the 19th century. Our room is in the servants quarters of the time and breakfast is either served in their converted barn or on the patio which overlooks a panoramic view of the vineyards and olive groves surrounding the property. If this is true to the reviews, this is going to be another incredible few days! I am already imagining a Jane Austen novel… I know, wrong ...
Sleep in today. I think we made it to breaky about 9.00 and the talk was all about the night before. People came late, and the overheard conversations were all about Palio and excitement and amazement. Finally for Womby and Goldy it was an unplanned day therefore it was a tiring day as there was no " have to be or have to do" it made the day exhausting. I spent the morning it the garden with a tortoise, Steve went out with tripod. We napped and then of course ...
... a pasta dinner! After showering and taking our time getting ready, we hear a knock at the door... Enter a German who says something we don't understand, but points towards our shutters. We (probably foolishly) let him in, and he closes our shutters, pointing to his group of friends in the courtyard below who've been strumming the guitar, singing 'campfire songs'. We tell him it's fine and send him on his way. About a half hour later, another knock at the door. This time, ...
... place are fascinating. The religious history alone is worth the effort of visiting the town. the churches and cathedrals are packed with artefacts some human and some art. It makes you think about life in those times They talk in dates that are hard to comprehend. After a half day exploring the general city and its sightsv we had run out of time to take a look inside the cathedral therefore would have to come back in the morning of the second day. it took ...
... before we caught a night-train to Vienna. But we found
that a few hours was enough to cover the major sights.
The huge duomo was mind-blowing on the outside but comparatively
plain on the inside. The highlight of the visit was hiking up to San Miniato al
Monte, the Benedictine church on the hill overlooking the city. Every
evening at mass, the monks assemble in an ...