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... one night in front of one of the local bars). I think it’s safe to say it was definitely a success, although we might have blown the power and the landlady was not too happy with us the next day.
The great thing about Perugia is that it’s so central, which means daytrips are a regular thing. So on a Sunday- when Tessa was visiting- we decided to head to Umbria’s biggest lake: lake ...
... and found our way to Siena. Our long day continued with another church, a baptistery, and a political building. The Cathedral was so beautiful with spectacular designs everywhere! There was also a side chapel where it is said to be a direct portal to God with prayers. I don't remember the official name of it, but being in the room just felt special and mystical. In the Baptistery, we looked at a baptismal font that had bronze reliefs, the best by Donatello about ...
... So fungi grows near tree roots, so there are plenty of trees in a small space in order to get the most truffle production. And there are dogs that are specially trained to sniff out the truffles. Apparently, a couple of months ago, all of their truffle dogs were stolen! Which is awful, but apparently the dog value is thousands of euros, which is why they were stolen. So we had an excited puppy who was getting trained. So the concept of truffle hunting, ...
Chiusi (Etruscan cave tour & Roman cistern); train to
Sienna (Palio, dinner on main square);
Murlo (great Etruscan museum with stuff from archaeological dig)
Montalcino (via Castion del Bosce -- really exclusive golf course); stayed at Hotel Giglio -- beautiful view from room and fun wine tasting -- tasted Brunello flight in fortress
Montisi (tiny town, very pretty, no tourists)
Montepulciano (saw wine cellars in caves and met Rick Steves ...
... olive trees and fields of sunflowers (drooping in the rain) we finally made it. High up on the hill with views over the countryside and as far as Lago Trasimeno a very large lake, Montepulciano has been known for centuries for its fine Vino Nobile wines. We had arrived later than intended so headed straight to the nearest cafe/restaurant we could find which turned out to be Antico Caffe Poliziano an Art Deco ...