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... br> Renaissance art
Tracing Siena art from the 12th to the 16th Century
It was bright with gold and interesting but could have been done better
But, we enjoyed and loved seeing all of it
We spent a few hours walking from room to room
Before wandering off to find what we can find
On our last day in Siena
We happen on a park
What we later learn is Siena's only Park
Only open green space
Broad and ...
Was absolutely worth the effort
Hard to stop taking photos
Of burnt siena hued medieval Siena
Finally, we tear ourselves away
To tour the Civic Museum
Art, frescoes, chapels, statuary
To explain the city of Siena
But nothing that I recall
On the biggest event of all
Next thru the square to find food
For Mr Stub
We pass a group of young folks
One wore an olive wreath
And seemed to be the center of attention
... hence the name). Stephenie Meyer is reputed to have looked over a map of Italy where she planned to site the Volturi narrative and saw the town of Volterra and an iconic novel and movie location was born. However, in the movie version of "New Moon," where the characters actually travel to Volterra to confront them, they filmed the scenes in nearby Montepulciano because the scene features a huge square which does not exist in Volterra. So ...
Well, I guess Jacques made up his mind to leave for another far Northern spot.... so no shopping in Rome.... We must go... 9:00a.m., this morning, we pulled away from the dock, and were on our way... Golly, my hope is it is no going to be as bad a day as yesterday. The weather was good.... The sun was out, the sky was once again blue, and just a little wave action with the winds from the Northwest. Pictorially, there was nothing to take a photo of but sky and ...
... you couldn't even stand up all the way.The view from the top was even better than the one from the Duomo. Not only could you see the whole city but all of the tuscan hill side in the background. We went over our allotted 15 mins on top of the tower taking pictures, so we were even up there when the bell started ringing at noon. We'll it wasn't really a bell any more, just a hidden speaker some where- the bell was defiantly not moving, ...