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... wedding opportunity arose. Great time, but it will be good to get back to little old safe Adelaide again. With the fares now cheaper than 25 years ago, "short" three week trips overseas seem to appeal to me more now. I like this blog system too, where before I have had books of small writing on previous trips, filled with stuck in placemats and ticket stubs, and photos on slides that are now heaven knows where, faded prints in non acid ...
... so we stayed for quite awhile. Went from the hotel to the wedding as a group by bus taxi and the photos will show the beautiful palace/ museum where the ceremony was held. (Palazzo Della Ragione) Not a large wedding, just close family and friends, which added to the very emotional wedding. Sat in the nearby piazza drinking Proscecco and Spritz until Ristorante Maffei was ready. Very very high class place; one of the guests said it was regarded as the second best restaurant in ...
... another tower, and eating yet another pasta lunch we decided we would struggle to find anywhere to beat our castle, so we got ingredients to cook ourselves dinner and headed home. Kevin made a delicious eggplant entree, followed by a restaurant-worthy pasta main course, which we washed down with a bottle of the Castle's own Chianti Classico wine while watching the sunset over the nearby hills. A game of 500 completed our perfect night in.
... at the bottom of town. Good thing our hotel was just through the walls to the city! That evening we had dinner on a terrace that overlooked the valley below. It wasn't very busy, so the waiter, Tony, was able to tell us lots about the surrounding area. He was also a cyclist and recommended a ride for us to try. We tried several local specialties including wild boar, creamy basalmic vinegar on our salads, and lime ...
... probably would have gone def. After the tower we went over to their big Duomo- a giant gothic church which was suppose to the biggest church in Europe until the plague hit. It was so pretty inside, there were black and white stripes every were, along with some awesome ceiling paintings. After wards we had lunch, I got some ricotta spinach raviolis and some almond cookies Siena is famous for.
We then got back on the bus and ...