Villa Piccola Siena
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A beautiful piazza with churches, town hall, restaurants, etc.
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... listened to music.
We arrived in Siena, checked in and were given, 10% off our first meal and 2 free beers and 2 free shots. When I booked our room online it was labeled as 2 bed dorm so I had no idea what to expect. But it was like camping Roma a nice little bungalow with it's own bathroom. But better, this has a fridge and a shower that works and it is nice and cool with good ventilation. Camping Siena is very much like Camping Roma. Restaurant, supermarket, places ...
... Many cities in Italy offer one ticket for all the major sites that is cheaper than buying individual tickets. When we finally found the TI office, there was a typed memo taped in a window stating TI was somewhere else. In fact, we had just been there. As it turned out they did not sell any tickets to museums.
We hiked back to ticket sales and purchased a reserved ticket to the Duomo sites for 13 Euro each then hoofed it back to the parking garage. As ...
... crumbly cantucci was a memory I will never forget. True wine connoisseurs, every day started the same - with a morning walk through the golden countryside followed by a short drive to a private wine tasting. We visited at least two wineries a day, quaffing and sipping our way across the Chianti Classico region. I’ve never been a big fan of Chianti, but this was unlike anything I’ve ever tried ...
... meant vampires). It makes us laugh now and will probably always remain a mystery.
Lucca is a beautiful walled city full of old buildings and very cultural being the home of Puccini (opera/classical musician). We went for a wander into the city on the first night and were lucky enough to be able to see and hear an opera performance in one of the Piazza’s. The atmosphere was fantastic and with only around 50 people there, it was very intimate.
... drove up right into the middle and parked their cars, got out and let everyone, me included salivate over their cars. They might have the money to buy these sorts of things but there's not enough money in the world to buy class and these guys had no of it. Oh well we can all dream I suppose. Next stop the Cinque Terre coastline for hiking and a bit of quality beach ...