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It was an early day, all in the name of laundry and touring. We had to meet at the agriturismo at 9am, so I got up at 7am to put a load in. Each load washing takes one hour plus time to hang on the drying rack. Our laundry is less stiff here than in France, perhaps due to the laundry detergent we imagine. As we began our pre-packaged chocolate filled croissant breakfast, Carlo drove up and ran up our stairs with a "Boungiorno" and a bag of ...
... represent different districts of the city, they all have their own stands and colours and every contrada tries to out sing the others. The crowd too are wearing their districts colours. The horses are brought in from outside the city and are allocated at random to each contrada. The riders are amazingly bare back, a real feat to stay on as they dash round a tight circuit as they race around the piazza. It's all over in 90 seconds. Apparently the races have ...
... verandah, it was cooler than in the shop. The weather again was quite hot, it has been unseasonably hot this past week in Italy.
We visited some of the shops and we went to one that sold Panforte. We entered and enjoyed a coffee and a taste of a couple of their lovely sweets. I bought a small Panforte to bring home. We next came upon a lovely hat shop where a family still make their own hats, they especially design hats for the Paliodi. Glenys bought a lovely 1920's ...
... that are rampant during the town's annual horse race. We explored for a bit and found a nice trattoria to eat lunch. I got spinach and ricotta ravioli with mushrooms- delicious. We then found a scenic spot to take pictures before boarding the bus to head to San Gimignano.
We only had a short time in the next town so we decided to get our priorities right and headed straight to the world-famous gelateria, Pluriprimiata, in the center of ...