We started the day with an early meal at our gorgeous breakfast room
After all the eating and shopping, we left Tuscany several pounds heftier and with heavier luggages. It was early in the afternoon when we boarded the train to Venice.
The last place we visited in the Val d’ Orcia region was the town of Montepulciano.
On our way to the town of Pienza, we made a few stops to take photographs. Everything was beautifully breath taking.
On the south of Siena, about an hour away is a quaint hilltop town surrounded by its original medieval walls and miles of beautiful countryside.
Among the places that I have visited during this trip, the town of Siena, Italy was one of my favorites because this Tuscan hill-town gave me a sense of being transported back to the Middle Ages. Of the three Italian cities – Siena, Florence and Rome – Siena was the coldest.
The sun was about to set when we arrived at the Firenze Santa Maria train station. It was much colder in Florence than it was in Rome. Perhaps twilight, the time of day, added to the chill but more likely it was because of Florence’s geographical location. We then took a cab to what would… Continue reading Firenze: A Love at First Sight
A visit to the Vatican City is a must for any tourist in Rome. It was built over the tomb of Saint Peter. Peter (Petrus, Petros or Petra) means rock, so it is the rock or the foundation on which Catholicism was built. It is also the smallest country in the world.
They say a picture can paint a thousand words. Allow me to share a few more with you as I continue my journey. Come, explore with me? Who knows what we may find? One never knows what is in store.