Tenuta Di Capocontro
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... Oh no... the car breaks down on the way home, as it starts snowing again, so all that good stuff had to wait.
And it did wait for us, particularly Lisa who waited for the tow truck, while Helena and I went on home.
But all is done, and we are now about to sit down to a scrumptious, I'm sure, roasted chicken dinner and a good red wine.
Later. Ciao! Ciao!
... Had some orange juice at the B&B. Headed back out to the Duomo's Baptistry and Crypts. The font and paintwork were duly admired. Strolled around town towards one of the south western gates. Had a fresh fruit tart from a local bakery. Tried to find some interesting shops but really struggled. Gave up and headed back to the hostel. Had the rest of the previous nights ...
The high speed train was very comfortable. Even though we rode second class, the seats were large and even had electrical outlets.. The overhead luggage compartments were too small for our suitcases to fit, but between the seats there was enough room to store them. The only issue we had whenever we reserved seats is that they asked what seats you want, and then generally ignore your request. Often we were not even in adjacent seats. We always found people willing to ...
... regularly it feels like the car is airborne and moving in three directions at once. I imagine it’s like driving the Paris to Dakar rally.
I took to driving in the fast lane as much as possible because it was slightly smoother out there – at least until an Alfa Romeo or BMW tried to get past me at 280kpm (okay so that was a slight exaggeration – but that’s the first one I’ve made so far)
Lastly the ...
The history of Siena has been made on the Piazza del Campo, or better, 'il Campo', as the Sienese call it. Here the Sienese organised their spectacular and terrible 'games', later replaced by the Palio, where they celebrated and played games of risk (il Campo was the only place where the games were allowed). The market also used to take place here. Il Campo has witnessed ...