Agriturismo Rocca di Pierle
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with tacky padded plastic covers, and lately digital ones interspersed with hundreds of other computer files. Now I have all my culled photos selected to support my memory, that now needs as much help as I can give it! The only drawback is the feeling that somehow I have gone over the edge and joined the Facebook tragics! Jane might be right where she feels I haven't an embarrassed bone in my body. There are a few tricks I've discovered with ...
... a church, there are two basilicas, an upper which is bigger & brighter with frescos on the wall depicting St Francis's life then the lower basilica which has the tomb of St Francis., he was born here in 1128, known as a poet, he formed the Franciscan order. The town feels a little like it is frozen in the middle ages, got off the bus and walked up the hill to our hotel, St Francesco hotel directly opposite ...
... so we stayed for quite awhile. Went from the hotel to the wedding as a group by bus taxi and the photos will show the beautiful palace/ museum where the ceremony was held. (Palazzo Della Ragione) Not a large wedding, just close family and friends, which added to the very emotional wedding. Sat in the nearby piazza drinking Proscecco and Spritz until Ristorante Maffei was ready. Very very high class place; one of the guests said it was regarded as the second best restaurant in ...
... by the Etruscans, who called it Curtun. During the 600s BC, it joined the Etruscan League.
Cortona eventually became a Roman colony under the name Corito. The origin-legends and ancient names of Cortona are described by George Dennis. In the final stages of the Gothic War (535–554), Cortona was sacked and destroyed.
Cortona became a Ghibellinian city state in the 13th century, with ...
Up with the Lark (who is a late riser) and off to the station. A smooth ride on the train to the airport. Onto the plane and about 90 minutes later we are in Rome airport. Easy pick up of luggage and then an almost 2 hour wait to pick up the car Alan had booked weeks ago. All the car hire places, maybe 10 of them, had huge queues. You would think that as they know how many ...