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I am sat in Andrea's Aunties lovely apartment in Tuscany thinking....'could we get away with hiding in a cupboard for a little longer in heaven'?! It's going to be really hard leaving in the morning after a brilliant five days enjoying:
a) full on SPACE
b) amazing food - Eugene's cooking and La Pievucca
c) the brilliant company of our great friends!
It has been a week that started with a worrying (to the boys) ...
... village of Monterosso, it said it was a 2 hour walk but we did it in 1 and a half but it was not an easy walk, lots of steps and narrow walkways at times! It was funny because everyone we past going uphill never spoke! We reached the final village for a well earned gelato!
We really enjoyed today as it was so beautiful. And tonight we are really tired.
... here and the town is very quiet. We went into the medieval village again, this time venturing into the little narrow streets by car - very scarry! It really did feel like we were driving through where you should only walk. To give you an example its like driving your car up cable car lane off Lambton Quay - except I would say Cable Car lane is wider!
Weather here today much cooler ...
We arrived in Siena today after a lengthy and crowded train ride from Lucca. As usual our accomodations are great.
Headed downtown to check out the sites. If you're ever planning a trip to Italy and are going to Lucca and Siena, I would suggest that you just go to Lucca. I heard so many great things about Siena and I have to say that we saw most of the same sites in Lucca but with more of the local culture. ...
... Siena, a crazy horse race. Sounds intriguing as neighborhoods compete with their jockeys riding bareback 3 laps, mattresses padding the walls and horses winning without their riders if necessary.
Viewed Siena’s cathedral with Michelangelo’s early works. Then we had the idea to hop trains to Pisa for the afternoon, and so we did. With more beautiful scenery, catching connections minutes apart ...