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... having a better holiday then we are. Despite that, I do intend on logging onto Pets Get Physical's website as soon as we have internet so we can look at his nanny cam photos to make us feel better!! A sort of Blog for Dogs if you will.
We are headed for Villa Cicolina (if you drift off a little bit it sounds almost like Colioni don’t you think?!) which is a former country residence of a noble family in Montepulciano ...
... beverages. We sat down and had a drink, accompanied by his wife, Michela, and two other men -- one from Australia and one from India. We sipped wine, chatted about our homes and practiced various languages. I had to translate back and forth between Italian and English for the Australian mate who was about my age. This went for about four hours until I eventually I decided I needed to go back and get ready for bed. The walk back up the hill was ...
Today we are travelling back to Rome, last day on the bus. We are stopping off a Sienna, another beautiful old Tuscany township surrounded by an old roman wall. This is where they have an annual horse race that is conducted in the town square. Absolutely crazy for both the horse and ...
... few others that were staying in tents close by. I chilled at the pool that afternoon and then headed back to my tent late that afternoon. I got cleaned up and then the girl from my tent invited me over to a cabin where some of her friends where staying to chill and relax. I went to a cabin and made some more friends. We hung there for the rest of the night and had a pretty fun, and late night.
The next morning I met up with ...
Well it ended up being a good thing getting out of the south, as we moved up to my buddy Max's house in Siena. As it turns out on the 16th Siena has its largest festival of the year, the Palio. As Max put it think of it as the Kentucky Derby, Mardi Gras and World War 3 all rolled into one and its been going on for over 300 years. It entails a horse race around the city's main plaza (piazza de campo). The city is divided up into 17 very ...