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... 39 panelled paintings on the ceiling which only took Vasari and 5 helpers 2 years to complete working day and night) but I found the tour rather too long at 1.5 hours and lost interest after a while. Katie I think enjoyed it more than I did towards the end.
After our tour we had dinner at a nice little bistro on the Piazza itself (I forgot to take a note of what we ate or what we ranked the food though, but it was good) and David met up ...
... reservations, and even with reservations, there is a line to get your ticket, a line to get in, and a line for security.
I don't always understand art, so maybe that's the crass in me talking.
While Brian was at the conference I wandered around to look for a restaurant for dinner and also to look at the shops.
It seems boring, but I have been exhausted each and every day!
I'll let Brian talk about dinner :)
... telling us to take the 2nd or 3rd exit at roundabouts that were not there. As I was the navigator, I was getting mildly annoyed. )
Completely off track, I'm sitting at our outdoor setting overlooking the rolling Tuscan Hills and the local church bells just rang (something that becomes familiar quickly and sometimes they even play a tune, which sounds tacky but is quite nice).
Back to Siena, yes the ...
... that view again...it's just so beautiful, it's just so Tuscan, I want to stay here forever. I wonder if they would hire me to pick grapes? Though by the number of heaters in the apartment and the signs on the roads that say use chains when snowing (ok that might be a guess at the translation, but there are pictures too), I am thinking it might be a tad chilly come winter.
Well it's time to load some photos and give k her chance to edit where she sees fit.
WELL OUR L.AST NIGHT IN AMSTERDAM FEATURED AN OPEN AIR CONCERT ACROSS THE
WATER FROM THE HOTEL. IF WE HAD A PAIR OF BINOCULARS WE WOULD HAVE HAD A FIRST
CLASS SEAT. FROM LATE AFTERNOON CROWDS OF PEOPLE WERE WALKING DOWN TO THE SITE
IN FRONT OF THE HOTEL WHICH IS JUST ALONG THE ROAD FROM WHERE THE SHIP HAD
BERTHED. THE CONCERT STARTED AT ABOUT 5.30 PM. OCCASIONALLY WE HEARD THE
SINGER BUT MOSTLY IT WAS THE ...