Agriturismo La Fonte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the nine leaders would decide verdicts) was filled with art that considered how both a good and evil government would be portrayed. The best part about the room could only be seen on a sunny day, where the window would only ever illuminate the good government, always leaving the evil government in the shadows. Bravo to whoever devised that genius.
The next morning we left Siena behind to explore more of Toscana. To make up for our ridiculously busy Friday, we had ...
... our way to Perugia for a quick look before going on to Spello for our romantic evening, we weren't disappointed, Spello is a lovely little perched town, even in winter it is becoming. The restaurant is popular and was full of couples enjoying the occasion, we had a fine fish feast with generous servings of wine ...
... from one town to th other. We arrived in Siena in time for a couple of Aperol Spritzers and a look around the town taking in the medieval feeling and then we found the restaurant with the pozzo (an Etruscan Well) that we had all visited prior to knowing each other. We enjoyed a fabulous modern meal before returning home to our ...
... hotel, the Residence San Gregorio, with no problem. The girl who showed us to our room was very apologetic about her minimal English skills, but more interesting was her raspy voice - which Siân surmised was a result of a 2 pack-a-day habit. It was dark by about 5.30pm when we wandered out to the UNESCO-tagged 'historic city centre' which was quite charming with its narrow alleys, smells of cheeses and lack of touristy crowds. It also was quite cold. After some to-ing and ...
Summer Camp - Day three!
Tuesday, May 22, found us meeting Isabella at 9:30 a.m. at the family farm in Pienza for the short walk to the Hermitage site. One the way there, she stopped at a site overlooking the Val d’Orcia landscape, and spoke with emotion for about an hour on the history of the valley and the culture. Isabella is a self-proclaimed “city girl”, from Milan, who fell in love with Carlo, the farmer from ...