Monsignor della Casa Country Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a beautiful culture, they know it and they enjoy themselves. They are proud and passionate, but maybe less doctrinaire than their English brothers. I also find the rhythms of this country and the sense of humor to be very appealing. We ended the day with a simple meal, and introduced John and Marilyn to grappa. Marilyn liked it, John compared the smell if it to chicken feed. The streets ...
... had the cheap coffee..well, cheaper anyway. On the way we walked past Santa Marie Novella church...so much to see there. I've added a picture of the wall on the garden side. Early start tomorrow...off to Siena to visit the market and let CDV and TGF find the 17 Contradas. We'll just drink some wine on the Campo and cheer them on. CDV doesn't remember picking a Contrada mascot in 2010...hummmmm. Buona sera ...
... from the center. There was/is a beautiful view of the Tuscan hills from the drive. Goats, horses, cows, donkeys, are a few animals found in their quant farm. The signs were hand painted and situated perfectly, giving a country feel. BUT..There was no one to be found at the inn.
We walked around, knocked on doors, rang door bells until after awhile an extremely tall italian walked up. (I think the neighbors saw us and called..) He greeted us with a little confusion and ...
... Man at hotel recommended it since it was close by and not totally tourists. The downstairs wine cellar contains 3 long tables and the patrons were all Italian. The very vivacious, energetic owner/waitress explained the Italian menu to us. We ordered what she recommended--Piattone DiAffettati Mistie Formaggio (meats, cheese) and Crostini Misti (bread topping of pork, beef, tomato). We ...
... were commissioned in 1401 to mark the cities deliverance from the plague.
Next we went to the Galleria dell Accadameia where Whit and Kati spent some time sketching the amazing statue of David by Michelangelo, They had several admirers of their work as they were sketching.
From there we walked to the Bascilica Santa Spirito then to have a gelato.
We headed back to the station and then had a late dinner of pizza and salad at Sugo.