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Today we headed out of Firenze into the Tuscan countryside via the SITA bus for a trip to the walled city of San Gimignano. This required a bus change at a town called Poggibonsi. The buses were very comfortable coaches for these regional runs and the combined ride took about an hour to reach our destination and some waiting time between connections. We found San Gimignano, a walled city, interesting and picturesque to a ...
... make the left. Yes. Next turn, go. We got this. I swear we were cracking up the whole way there. Once on the highway, we were cruising and jamming out to Train! It was the most incredible views. We got a lot on video!! After about an hour, we were pulling up to the top of a hill in San Gimignano (SG). SG is a quaint town set with perfect views of Tuscany. Inside it's gates are shops, restaurants, old buildings, churches, etc. Just a small city ...
... a beautiful piazza with an old stone well (no longer used) in the middle. This is where a Thursday market gathers.
Thursday is market day in Piazza del Duomo
Tourist Information is also in the Piazza del Duomo, which is open March to October 9:00-1:00 & 3:00-7:00, November to February 9:00-1:00 & 2:00-6:00. They offer free maps, a room-booking service, bus tickets, a free bag check, & €5, 2 hour audioguides ...
... to have dinner in a different Piazza each night of our stay - not difficult as there seems to be another spacious Piazza with spectacular statues at the end of every narrow cobbled street.
Friday was Kerrie's shopping day - a day to herself in Florence while Greg and Chris were sent to do a recce of the MotoGP and to purchase the tickets for the following 2 days of racing.
... this time able to take a few minutes and enjoy it on the steps overlooking a small piazza. We walked home via the grocery store and were able to make it well before dark. The last little bit of precious daylight was spent beside the pool, reading and drawing as the lights of the valley came on and the sun set behind the hills. As I came to realize, beautiful evenings happen on a daily basis, but truly they are uncommon. It was a beautiful end to a beautiful day. ...