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... where we certainly should not have been and probably had driven up one way streets the wrong way. After another discussion it was agreed we get out of the historical area ASAP and head for Avis. Whew..... What a relief to eventually return the car and jump in a taxi to be delivered to our B&B – and we understood why we'd lost the plot earlier – it took the taxi 10 minutes of twisting and turning inside of less than a square ...
... a McDonalds on a similar street. After finding the McDonalds, our reprogrammed GPS led us to the approximate location. We were a bit disappointed to learn the Country B&B may look like it’s in the country but it is really in the town. We were pleased to discover this charming brand new small "lodge" which has four rooms and we were no longer disappointed.
After a helpful orientation of Siena from the pleasant staff we picked a random ...
... decorated with their own colours, we sit with the tourists of a mix of Australians, Americans, English, expat Italians , scottish, was real fun. Outside in the streets , under the church of the Contrada, which was according to Womby, The **** end of the big Dumo, under the Italy skies. Speeches, singing, banners waving. ,
Wine, antipasto, pasta and the desert is a Sienese kiss. Yum. More wine and a very drunk Womby, who somehow turned into a ...
... in the church and it was pouring with rain so we found cover again and got an ice cream even tho it was cold. We wandered around the streets for a bit looking in shops and played a few games with dad in the streets. We went back to our car and drove home. It took an hour to come home then had dinner and had a big big sleep we dreamed about a lot of things. From ...
... told many Bible stories.
Siena is a beautiful city with many famous art pieces and iconic buildings.
I am so glad we went back after our first visit was "dampened" by rain.
In the Duomo Baptistry is this emotive wooden statue of Christ waiting to be scourged prior to His crucifixion.
He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for ...