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... at one of the local galleries.
Of course we had some great meals too including delicious vegetarian bean and bread Tuscan soup in the same restaurant on Piazza San Agostino that mum, Em and J had breakfast at, huge portions of bruschetta at Echoes surrounded by Pink Floyd paraphernalia, and freshly made panino by Signor Brunello Brutelli made from locally sourced ingredients at the out of the way Dal Bertelli. Brunello looked like someone out of ...
... the story was and no, apparently you can't pay on the bus, you need to buy tickets at the kiosk down the street. Now, I'm sure you can appreciate that the city bus going through Chianti does not run every 15 minutes, more like every hour. With disappointment in our eyes, this extremely generous and wonderful couple, offered us their return tickets so we wouldn't miss this bus. How nice is that? We did pay for the tickets in the end, but how lovely was it for them to offer? ...
... San Gimignano- another little medieval town with according to one of our professors the best gelato in Italy, I'd have to say it was really good. We stopped there on the way into town and I got a cup with Coffee, Cherry, and Orange Chocolate. They were all delicious, the orange chocolate tasted just like the chocolate oranges we use to get in our stockings. We didn't have anything structured to do so we mainly just walked around and ...
... us down in the basement area where they had Mexican hats. We grabbed the hats and put them on and took heaps of photos and wore it for the whole dinner hehehe. After dinner we headed back to our hostel and then back at the cabin where we hung out the previous night….it ended up being a late night once again.
The next morning I woke up pretty late. The friends I made were heading to Florence that day so I hung out ...
... much they have her skull and her thumb on display in the church. We saw them, up close and personal.
We also saw the town square, where they hold two horse races each summer. Siena is broken up into 17 districts, and each district participates. It's a big deal, our tour guide told us, as she will always be loyal to the turtle district.
We grabbed lunch and headed into the basilica. They didn’t ...